Superintendent’s Column: ‘Turning the Tide’ in the Princeton Public Schools

Princeton Public Schools Superintendent Steve Cochrane discusses breaking the mold in academia in his February column for the Princeton Sun.

Superintendent mourns recent passing of Principal Bill Cirullo

Princeton Public Schools Superintendent Steve Cochrane celebrates the memory of Principal Bill Cirullo who passed Feb. 15.

Five Questions with Leticia Fraga

Leticia Fraga announces her candidacy to run for Princeton Council this year. Here’s getting to know Leticia.

‘Sacred space:’ an ode to John Kavalos

Colleagues honor John Kavalos, Princeton High School master teacher, artist and friend, who passed away unexpectedly last Monday.

‘Quantum Leaps in Princeton’s Place’

Pulitzer Prize Nominee Donna Clovis discusses new book on segregation and synchronicity here in Princeton.

Remembering to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Here is the Princeton guide to celebrate the life of Dr. King on today’s holiday.

Princeton Winter Farmers’ Market

See the full schedule for this year’s Princeton Winter Farmers’ Markets and a word from local farmers.

Support the Preservation Defense Fund

The Princeton Battlefield Society is working to preserve battlefield land in an appeal against the Institute for Advanced Study. Here is how you can help.

‘A community and a university’

A look into the expanded edition of “Princeton University: The Campus Guide and Neighboring Institutions” with a walk through downtown Princeton.

Brushing up on English

The Sun sits in on the Princeton Public Library’s English Conversation Class, free and open to individuals of any language, now through January.