Princeton alum, obstetrician endows need-based scholarship for minority women in STEM after mother’s untimely death

She was offered a full-scholarship to study molecular biology. Now, she’s paying it forward after her mother was killed in Newark

Student sexual harassment adviser committed two sexual assaults, lawsuit against Princeton claims

University fiercely defends program after plaintiff alleged attacker is a current SHARE student member

Teen who got into Stanford writing #BlackLivesMatter 100 times speaks out about online abuse

‘Social media has also provoked significant trolling and personal attacks’

The Princeton Club in NYC has changed the name of the Woodrow Wilson room

It’s now called Nassau 1756

Princeton President tells The Tab: ‘A leading university has become the target of a hostile government’

‘CEU has become the target of a hostile government, precisely because it is a leading university’

After PPPD stages walk-out, VP Durkee says Resources Committee never rejected divestment proposal

“The Resources Committee was presenting an update, not a decision. They will continue to consider this proposal for the months to come.”

Princeton has not invested in private prisons and has no intention to invest in them, says Vice President Bob Durkee

The statement came after a CPUC meeting where the Princeton Private Prison Divest Coalition staged a walkout and teach-in as the University rejected its divestment proposal

‘Princeton had a Chernobyl-type nervous breakdown,’ says head of anti-racial affirmative action group after U. sues DoE over record release

Students for Fair Admissions plan to litigate on behalf of Department of Education, considers challenging Princeton admission practices in court once 1,600-page document becomes public

A look at what Trump’s proposed budget cuts could mean for Princeton

Financial aid won’t be affected, but it’s a different story for research

Board Committee makes recommendations for undergraduate dining

Breakfast on weekends, electronic system for Meal Exchange Program, 250 dining dollars for Block 95 buyers to come in fall of 2017

Here is what happened with Princeton dining hall workers last night

“The situation highlights how wonderful the dining staff is rather than this being a horrible situation that the University got them into,” says Princeton freshman whose mother is on dining hall staff

U-Store president fiercely defends pricing practices

He asserts that claims of overpricing involve a “lack of understanding” of retail models and that there’s no sophisticated product layout for higher margins

Church service corps traveled from Canada to help rebuild homes in New Jersey but were turned away at the border

They couldn’t pass because the work they were about to do had to be done by “US workers”

Princeton facing Title IX sexual assault suit

The former graduate student also alleges Princeton expelled him after he attempted suicide

Princeton is one of the top universities on the planet, according to new rankings


Large Swastika found near Lewis Library three days after Trump’s inauguration

There were no identified victims, witnesses or suspects

Princeton College Republicans take official stance against Trump’s travel ban

“We’ll make sure that we are true to our conservative and Republican values.”

Deer crashes into Forbes residential college, breaks glass window

No time frame yet for when windows will be repaired

Princeton Class of 2012 reunion committee bans Star Wars costumes

Concerns were raised about their inspiration from Storm troopers of the Nazi regime

Judge hands Princeton major loss in defamation case: Former Architecture dean’s claims can go forward

Is the university’s aggressive approach to litigation turning up short?