Tuesday, March 26, 2013
The well known brothers will own and operate in the two Dinky station buildings located in Princeton University's Arts and Transit Neighborhood.
Tuesday, March 26
Terra Momo will partner with Princeton University to operate a cafe and restaurant in the current Dinky station buildings, the University announced on Monday. Terra Momo, owned by brothers Raoul and Carlo Momo, owns Teresa Caffe, Mediterra and Terra Momo Bread Company in Princeton and Eno Terra in Kingston. According to an article published on the University's website on Monday, the northern station building will become a pizzeria-style cafe, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. It's expected to open in summer, 2015. The Momo brothers have a proposed a farm-to-table restaurant serving lunch and dinner in the south building, serving 116 customers inside and 60 customers outside. It would likely open Spring, 2016. "We hope the café and…
Thursday, February 28, 2013
The university is offering the homes gratis to anyone willing to pay to haul them away no later than the end of April.
No one has stepped forward to take the houses that Princeton University is offering for free. The buildings in the 100 block of Alexander Street are slated for demolition as the university prepares for construction of its $300 million Arts & Transit Neighborhood this spring. The university is offering the homes gratis to anyone willing to pay to haul them away no later than the end of April. "There has been some interest, but so far we do not have a scheduled move," Princeton University Spokesman Martin Mbugua said. The seven homes available are located between #106 to 194 Alexander Street, with the exception of #156, which is not owned by the University. Some of the structures are single family homes, others have multiple units. "They'…
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
The houses are available, free of charge, to those individuals who will pay for relocation before Princeton University construction begins this spring.
Wednesday, February 20
PRINCETON, NJ -- Homes in the 100 block of Alexander Street are available to individuals who want them and are willing to pay for relocation, Princeton officials announced. The buildings are slated for demolition as the University prepares for construction of its $300 million Arts & Transit Neighborhood, but the University is offering them for free. The homes are located from #106 to 194 Alexander Street (exception #156). Homes must be moved prior to the start of construction this spring. For more information, contact the Princeton University Office of Community and Regional Affairs at 609-258-3204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Justice Antonin Scalia will give a public lecture on Dec. 10. Free tickets will be available to the public beginning Dec. 4.
Thursday, November 29, 2012
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia will give a public lecture, "Reading Law," at Princeton University at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 10 in Richardson Auditorium of Alexander Hall. Admission to the lecture is free and open to the public but requires tickets. A limited number of tickets for the general public will be available beginning at 6 p.m. on Tuesday Dec. 4, at the Richardson Auditorium ticket office in Alexander Hall. Members of the public may pick up a maximum of two tickets per person. The event is the Annual Herbert W. Vaughan Lecture on America’s Founding Principles.
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Be kind, make someone laugh and don't take yourself too seriously, Carell told Princeton seniors.
When comedian Steve Carell went to college, girls rejected him in person. Library books were filled with the history - and dead skin cells and Doritos fingerprints - of the readers beforehand. Google, Facebook and Twitter? They didn’t exist. Now, dates are made - or rejected - via text, more and more books are available on the Kindle or iPad and we rely on technology to get through our daily lives. “As human beings, we should naturally crave contact with one another,” Carell told Princeton University’s Class of 2012 at Class Day on Monday. “But sadly, as the world grows more and more technologically advanced, we lose our ability to connect as human beings. "We have lost touch with our simpler selves, and by 'we' I mean you," Carell said. "…