Princeton University News Releases


18th December, 2001
Montano named to McGreevey's transition team for human services by etu Sasa Olessi Montano, director of the Center for Community Service , has been appointed to serve on Gov.-elect Jim McGreevey's transition team for New Jersey's Department of Human Services. The Department of Human Services serves more than 1 million New Jersey residents each year....
14th December, 2001
Princeton student injured in fall inside chapel, Dec. 13 by lauren A female senior at the University likely broke both of her legs at about 9:55 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13, after falling while attempting to reach the University Chapel 's far northeast turret to look at the view. Shortly more than an hour later, the student, who was in stable condition, was...
14th December, 2001
More than 1,000 items given during campus wide food drive by etu Mercer Street Friends came to Princeton University Thursday, Dec. 13 to collect 1,007 nonperishable items donated by members of the Princeton community during the first campuswide food drive. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 10-12, students, faculty and staff dropped off nonperishable...
14th December, 2001
Michael Doran: America was not the main target on Sept. 11 by etu In the upcoming issue of Foreign Affairs magazine, Michael Doran, assistant professor of Near Eastern studies, presents a provocative answer to the question many Americans have been asking since Sept. 11: Why do they hate us so much? Doran argues that the United...
12th December, 2001
Marrone-Puglia receives prize for book by etu Gaetana Marrone-Puglia, professor of French and Italian , has been named the recipient of the Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for Italian Studies by the Modern Language Association of America. The award recognizes an outstanding book by a member of the association in the field of...
12th December, 2001
'Candlelight Service of Lessons and Carols,' Dec. 12 by etu musical groups from the University will present "A Candlelight Service of Lessons and Carols" at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12, in the University Chapel. This service is open to all and features music by the Princeton University Chapel Choir, Footnotes, Concert Choir, Gospel Ensemble,...
11th December, 2001
Murphy: Israeli-Palestinian peace talks must go on by etu The Israelis and the Palestinians will eventually end up back at the negotiating table, Middle East expert Richard Murphy said Monday in a speech at Princeton. The talks must go on, in spite of the recent collapse of the peace process and the continuing escalation of violence in the...
11th December, 2001
Princeton announces four programs to assist New York City area after September 11 attacks by etu The University has committed a total of $1 million to four programs that it is creating to assist individuals, especially young people, most directly affected by the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and to help support New York Citys renewal and recovery from those...
11th December, 2001
Princeton announces four programs to assist New York City area after Sept. 11 attacks by etu University has committed a total of $1 million to four programs that it is creating to assist individuals, especially young people, most directly affected by the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and to help support New York Citys renewal and recovery from those attacks....
11th December, 2001
Fire damages Moffett Hall lab in early morning, Dec. 11 by etu fire on campus Tuesday morning caused significant damage to a molecular biology laboratory in Moffett Hall and forced the temporary evacuation of Moffett, Schultz and Guyot halls. No one was injured. The fire, which is still under investigation, appears to have been electrical in...