A little act of kindness

Young Princetonian Elian Rubin demonstrates how ‘little acts of kindness go a long way.’

Princeton-based Peace Organization responds to the tragic events in Dallas, Louisiana and Minnesota

‘When hate and fear and violence threaten to divide us and to breed such tragedies, the answer cannot be found in more hate and fear and violence.’

Sarah Golobish gives STEM roots to grow

Golobish brings science to local kids through Girl Scout Gold Award project ‘STEM Roots’

Leticia Fraga writes to the public

A letter to the editor from Leticia Fraga

Claire Schultz: flash fiction, London and Jeremy Bentham’s embalmed corpse

The Princeton High School senior talks about her national writing award, “Harry Potter” and her plans post-graduation.

Jeff Nathanson, 11-year executive director of Arts Council of Princeton, to step down

The Arts Council of Princeton announced yesterday that Jeff Nathanson will step down from his position at the end of this year

Michelle Napell shines her way into JFCS as new executive director

Succeeding 18-year director and community icon Linda Meisel at Jewish Family and Children’s Service, Napell to begin July 1

Madi Norman and Nick Pibl: a legacy in the Board of Ed

In their seats as Princeton Board of Education student liaisons, Norman and Pibl created change, wowed board members, and leave behind some big shoes to fill

Standing up for a mentor

Princeton High School students stand before the Board of Education in support of teacher and mentor William Hackmeister

Bombs to Books

Matthew and Rachel Asir create a foundation to help children read in Syrian refugee camps. Read the Q&A and learn how you can help.