The portraits of the 11 Princeton eating clubs are presented below in order of their social prestige and coolness, as determined by a handful of current students and alumni....
In its busiest year, 1871, the D&R Canal had more freight traffic than the longer and more famous Erie Canal
On the eve of his 50th college reunion, Richard K. Rein recalls the rise of student power and the anti-war movement, and the fall of the selective clubs as the dominant source of campus social life.
Since its founding in 1750 Princeton University’s library has labored to aid curious individuals in their search for wisdom. The latest renovations, completed earlier this year, have made it easier to explore.
The following stories were originally published in the July 24, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
The following stories were originally published in the September 4, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
Highway U.S. 1 does not have the romantic allure of the fabled U.S. Route 66 — a highway with a song that let’s drivers “get their kicks.” But while Route 66 is now defunct, U.S. 1 just keeps kicking and building on its fascinating history — represented by both physical sites and ideas that deal with design, art, and the human imagination.
Twenty-two years after it launched NJWedding.com is starting a family: NJParenting.com, launched in February, is a directory of child-related services, much like its parent site is a directory for the wedding business.
Nate Stucky is an ordained Mennonite minister who holds a doctor of divinity, and is founding director of “The Farminary Project” — a formal course in which a small working farm just outside Princeton becomes the setting for spiritual insights and growth.
If you want to conduct business at the Nassau Club in Princeton you’re going to have to do it without a cell phone or laptop. The club, located in...