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- • José Rafael Moneo Arquitecto selected to design neuroscience / psychology buildings
- • Emergency planning is key as more students travel abroad
- • Class of 2010 arrives
- • Milberg gives leading Irish theater collection honoring Muldoon
- • Online book club features ‘tiger tomes’
- • Exhibition showcases Goheen’s 70 years of service to Princeton
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- • Summer construction brings two major projects near completion
- • Chemistry building, pedestrian bridge on the horizon
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José Rafael Moneo Arquitecto selected to design neuroscience/psychology buildings
José Rafael Moneo Arquitecto, the Madrid-based firm headed by award-winning architect José Rafael Moneo, has been chosen to design Princeton’s new neuroscience and psychology buildings.
Emergency planning is key as more students travel abroad
Princeton sophomore Callie Lefevre’s plans to spend the summer learning Arabic and immersing herself in the culture of a city she loves, Beirut, were shattered in mid-July when Israeli forces launched attacks against Hezbollah in Lebanon.
Class of 2010 arrives
The first members of the class of 2010 to move in were those involved in the Outdoor Action and Community Action programs. After dropping their belongings on campus, the students embarked on several days of experiential learning during the two pre-orientation programs.
International economist William Branson dies
Princeton professor William Branson, who was a pioneer in the field of international economics, died Tuesday, Aug. 15, in Princeton from complications from throat cancer. He was 68.
Milberg gives leading Irish theater collection honoring Muldoon
An aged manuscript of a classic Irish play, long thought lost even by the renowned playwright who wrote it, has made its way to Princeton as the gem of a momentous collection of Irish theater donated by 1953 alumnus Leonard Milberg.
Summer construction brings two major projects near completion
After three summers of intense construction work, two major projects on the Princeton campus are nearing completion.
Chemistry building, pedestrian bridge on the horizon
As announced this summer, plans are progressing on schedule to transform the part of Princeton’s campus that straddles Washington Road south of Ivy Lane into a natural sciences neighborhood, highlighted by a new chemistry building and a pedestrian bridge over Washington Road.
Exhibition showcases Goheen’s 70 years of service to Princeton
An exhibition marking President Emeritus Robert F. Goheen’s 70-year association with Princeton will open on Sunday, Sept. 17, in the Firestone Library lobby. Titled “Student, Scholar, President: Robert F. Goheen at Princeton, 1936-2006,” the display will run through the end of the year.
Online book club features ‘tiger tomes’
Tiger Tomes: Princeton’s Online Book Club” is being offered again this year by the Alumni Association to all members of the University community.