Council and community discuss fate of Witherspoon Street

The council and community finally open a dialogue to discuss what will happen to the Witherspoon Corridor.

Artisanal photography in a Wonder Bread world

The “Photography: Before & After” exhibit at Lucas Gallery explores the medium in a changing digital area.

Spirit Week, a pep rally, and homecoming game: the underdog prepares to bite back this season

Princeton High’s varsity football players are securing their helmets and putting everything on the line as they ready for the first game ever under Friday night lights.

Michelle Morrison aims to make the Montessori way a way of life

Michelle Morrison wears her passions on her sleeves and is prepared to roll them up as she takes on the title of Princeton Montessori’s new Head of School.

Art, oxen and community building: Joann Lee Kim paints an optimistic vision

Recent Princetonian spreads her artistic roots throughout the community and mixes up a colorful palette of collaboration, education, and creativity.

Back to school in Princeton: what’s on your list?

As Princetonians ready for the school year, there is much to do. The Princeton Sun asked local teens, youngins’ and mothers what they’re checking off before September

Princeton into the past: a back to school rewind

Autumn is imminent and Princeton’s history is all around. The Sun delves into everything back to school – past, present, and future.

Princeton’s piano playing prodigy: an overture to Charlie Liu

Princeton’s 13-year-old master pianist Charlie Liu has traveled the world, played for celebrities, organized solo benefit concerts and now gets ready for something really big: high school.

Hiroshima in hindsight

Princeton’s Coalition for Peace Action commemorates the 69th anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing with a beautiful ceremony in Hinds Plaza.