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Bristol-Myers Squibb Helps STEM Teachers

Bristol-Myers Squibb has announced more than $500,000 in new grants to more than a dozen educational institutions and organizations working to enhance the teaching and learning of science, technology,...

Lady in Distress, Princeton Architects to the Rescue

On Monument Drive in Princeton stands the sculpture “Petit Vintner,” aptly named for its subject (a wine pourer) and size (five feet). This bronze recasting from an original mold...

Lady Liberty Reopens With Reservations

The Statue of Liberty is poised to retake her place as one of the most visited sites in America when it reopens this Thursday, July 4, after being shut...

Lawsuit Challening Princeton’s Tax Status Can Proceed

Princeton University is a for-profit institution and should have to pay property taxes like any other company, or so asserts a lawsuit that last week survived an attempt by...

On the Move

#b#Financing News: IPO Raises $7.1 M#/b#Soligenix (SNGX), 29 Emmons Drive, Suite C-10, Princeton 08540; 609-538-8200; fax, 609-452-6467. Christopher J. Schaber, president and CEO. www.soligenix.com.Drugmaker Soligenix raised $7.1 million in...

War Stories Worth Hearing

War stories — we all have them, and we all have heard them.When I think of war stories the image that first comes to mind is a bunch of...