Authorities Identify Suspect Fatally Shot By Police During Armed Standoff Near Princeton CampusThe New Jersey Attorney General’s Office identified the man as 56-year-old Scott Mielentz of Lawrenceville, New Jersey.
Officials: Police Fatally Shoot Gunman Following Standoff At Restaurant Near Princeton CampusA gunman is dead following a police standoff at a restaurant near the Princeton University campus, authorities say.
Princeton Professor Cancels Course On Free Speech After Using Racial Slur In Class During ExerciseColleagues say Professor Emeritus Lawrence Rosen has often used the slur during lectures on free speech.
New Jersey School Is Ranked Best College For Your MoneyAccording to the data collected, more than 700 colleges offer at least a basic level of educational quality.
Princeton Ends Men's Swimming, Diving Season Over 'Racist, Misogynistic' MaterialsPrinceton University has canceled the rest of the men's swimming and diving team's season over materials on the team's email list.
Princeton University Reaches Deal With Feds Over ADA ConcernsThe US Attorney for New Jersey has reached an agreement with Princeton University on how the school complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Princeton Suspends Men's Swimming, Diving Team's Season Over Alleged Racist, Misogynistic MaterialsThe decision stems from misogynistic and racist content that appeared on the team's listserv.
Princeton Coach Fired After Allegedly Elbowing Opposing PlayerPrinceton University fired its men's lacrosse coach after he elbowed an opposing player during a game.
Princeton To Keep Wilson's Name Despite His Racist ViewsWoodrow Wilson's name will remain on Princeton University's public policy school, despite calls to remove it.
Anti-Semitic Fliers Appear At Princeton, Universities Across The CountrySeveral colleges across the country, including Princeton University, are investigating after a rash of anti-Semitic fliers began printing from their network-connected printers or fax machines.
Princeton Professor Remembers Justice Antonin Scalia As An 'Originalist'Princeton Professor Robert George remembered Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia as an originalist that recognized the limits placed on judges.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | February 17Chris discussed Attorney General Kathleen Kane's decision not to run for re-election, Ronda Rousey admitting she contemplated suicide, and Cardone Industries announcing they're leaving Philadelphia. He talked with Joy Pullman from the Federalist at 7:00 about why millennials are attracted to socialism, Patrick Kerkstra from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00 about Kane decided not to run again and Princeton professor Robert George at 8:20 about the beliefs of Justice Antonin Scalia and how he will be replaced.