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The Princeton University Orchestra concerts this past weekend had something for everyone, featuring two student instrumental soloists, one faculty vocalist, and two conductors.
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EINSTEIN IN SYNC: Albert Einstein was visiting friends in Santa Barbara when this playful photograph was taken on February 6, 1933, shortly after he had accepted the appointment at the Institute for Advanced Study that would bring him to Princeton for the rest of his life.
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I'm lying on the stairs of Frist Campus Center, during Late Meal, in an intentionally public display, and my underpants are showing.
With two confirmed cases of measles in B.C.'s Fraser Valley and about 100 other suspected cases, provincial health officials are gearing up for another outbreak of the easily transmitted, highly contagious virus.
An artist's rendering shows the proposed Wolf Technology Center, with the two modules of the data center in the foreground and the power plant in the background.
A student at Drexel University died on Monday and school officials are suspecting the cause of death to be meningitis.
Pro-Ukrainian supporters take part in a rally Sunday in the central Crimean city of Simferopol.
Parker Cornell Altman has been named high school principal at Christ Presbyterian Academy, effective July 1. Altman, who has 10 years of experience in educational leadership, will finish the school year as assistant principal at Centennial High School in Franklin.
A total of 16 watercolors of French Post-Impressionist Paul Cezanne will be displayed in a museum in Oxford on Thursday, which will be the first time that such a great number of watercolors of the artist being exhibited in Britain.
The talents of 75 Mercer County artists will be on display at the Gallery at Mercer County Community College in the exhibit "Mercer County Artists 2014," which runs from today, March 11 to April 3. The MCCC Gallery is located on the second floor of the Communications Building on Mercer's West Windsor campus at 1200 Old Trenton Road.
John Collins said the main question addressed in his new book is what difference have the Dead Sea Scrolls made? John J. Collins once explained why the Dead Sea Scrolls have aroused such bitter controversies.
Cornell University President David Skorton will step down next year to lead the Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum and research complex.
A Princeton University student group is campaigning for the removal of a questions from the school's application that asks students about their criminal records.
MORRISTOWN - College of Saint Elizabeth students will not see their tuition bills go up this fall, the school announced today.
Sally Kornbluth, a professor of pharmacology and cancer biology at Duke University and vice dean for basic science in Duke's School of Medicine, will be the university's next provost.
This diagram depicts the spatial distribution of the five types of light-sensitive cells known as cones in the chicken retina.