Wednesday, Feb 14, 2018
By Gwen McNamara, Pace Center for Civic Engagement
Thursday, Jan 18, 2018
Beginning Wednesday, January 24, Princeton University is conducting its annual clothing drive to benefit Dress for Success, HomeFront’s Suitably Dressed, UIH’s Operation Fatherhood, and Mercer Street Friends, all Mercer County organizations that collect “gently used” business attire for men and women.
Wednesday, Dec 20, 2017
By Denise Valenti, Office of Communications Princeton University’s Holiday Bake-Off brought the tastes and spirit of the season to the Frist Campus Center on Dec. 13, raising $679 for the United Way of Greater Mercer County’s Community Impact Fund.
Tuesday, Dec 5, 2017
Princeton University has issued a planning framework to guide campus development over the next 10 years in the context of potential needs and developments over the next 30 years.
Thursday, Nov 2, 2017
By Princeton Athletics Men’s heavyweight rowing coach Greg Hughes helped launch the partnership, and students are now leading the program. While staff at the Special Olympics envisioned their athletes working on machines in the boathouse, many now train on Princeton’s Lake Carnegie.
Thursday, Oct 5, 2017
By Pooja Makhijani, Office of Communications The departments have had an ongoing and evolving partnership since Paul Ominsky, executive director of public safety, arrived at the University in 2010. The collaboration aims to provide the best possible emergency response and policing to communities — both on campus and off.
Thursday, Sep 28, 2017
By Pooja Makhijani, Office of Communications
Monday, Sep 18, 2017
By Jamie Saxon, Office of Communications Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts and Department of Music will celebrate the opening of the new Lewis Arts complex with a Festival of the Arts Oct. 5 through 8, open to the public.
Wednesday, Aug 30, 2017
Princeton University recently made a $10,000 contribution to the West Windsor-Plainsboro Send Hunger Packing program. This program provides weekend meal packages for approximately 175 children from grades K to 6 in the West Windsor-Plainsboro School District in association with Mercer Street Friends.