Princeton University News Releases


24th December, 2003
Health Services provides flu tips by etu Amid reports that the current flu season may become one of the worst in recent memory, Princeton University Health Services has provided tips for campus community members to identify and treat flu symptoms. The tips are available on the University Health Services ...
24th December, 2003
Princeton research underlies 'Breakthrough of the Year' by sschultz The year 2003 was an extraordinary one in the field of astrophysics as decades of theoretical and experimental advances -- many with roots at Princeton University -- converged into a unified picture of the universe that is startling in both its strength and strangeness. The...
23rd December, 2003
Three Christmas services scheduled at chapel, Dec. 24-28 by rstevens Three services celebrating Christmas are scheduled for the University Chapel this week. A Christmas Eve service will begin at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 24. Principal University Organist David Messineo and harpist Elaine Christy will play an extended prelude of...
21st December, 2003
University responds to raised Homeland Security level, Dec. 21 by lauren The U.S. Department of Homeland Security on Sunday, Dec. 21, raised the national security threat level to "orange" (high) from "yellow" (elevated), citing an increased risk of an imminent attack during the holiday season. The level change marks the first since last spring. Princeton...
18th December, 2003
NASA names major telescope after late Princeton astronomer by quinones NASA has named a major new space telescope, one of three companions to the Hubble Space Telescope, after a Princeton scientist who first advocated placing observatories above the Earth's atmosphere. The Space Infrared Telescope Facility, which NASA had referred to as...
17th December, 2003
'Gallathea' to be staged, Jan. 8-11 by rstevens Princeton's Program in Theater and Dance will present John Lyly's play, "Gallathea," at 8 p.m. Thursday through Sunday, Jan. 8-11, at the Matthews Acting Studio, 185 Nassau St. Written in 1592 during the English Renaissance, "Gallathea" has been transformed by director...
15th December, 2003
Memorial service for Gordon to be held Jan. 24 by quinones A memorial service for Carrie Gordon, director of Princeton-in-Asia for nearly a decade, will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, in the Princeton University Chapel. The service will be followed by a reception at the Terrace Club. For more information, contact...
11th December, 2003
Flu shots no longer available, Dec. 12 by quinones After providing flu shots for more than 5,000 students and employees, Princeton University Health Services no longer has vaccines available as of Friday, Dec. 12. Employees who have made appointments will receive their shots, but no new appointments are being accepted. "Between...
11th December, 2003
Flu shots no longer available, Dec. 12 by quinones After providing flu shots for more than 5,000 students and employees, Princeton University Health Services no longer has vaccines available as of Friday, Dec. 12. Employees who have made appointments will receive their shots, but no new appointments are being accepted. "Between...
11th December, 2003
Two Princeton students win Marshall Scholarships by quinones Two Princeton students -- a senior geosciences major exploring the possible existence of life beyond Earth and a recent graduate now in Chile examining the legacies of the Pinochet dictatorship -- have been awarded 2004 Marshall Scholarships. The award covers the cost of living...