Women's Basketball Travels To No. 6 UConn Thursday

PRINCETON – The Princeton Women's Basketball Team heads to Storrs, Conn, take on the No. 6 Connecticut Huskies on Thursday. Princeton fans are encouraged to wear orange if they are attending the game. Streaming ... UConn's SNY games will be available to stream in-market (CT, NY, NJ, PA) to...
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ACLU Clemency Forum Addresses How to Deal with Injustices, Reduce Mass Incarceration

PRINCETON, NJ – The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), along with the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, hosted a forum Dec. 1 on Clemency – public officials, issue experts, and formerly incarcerated individuals were invited. The forum, “Correcting Injustice: How Clemency serves Justice and Strengthens Communities,”...
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Daily Princetonian

How Firestone exploited Liberia — and made Princeton as we know it

The following is a guest contribution and reflects the author’s views alone. For information on how to submit an article to the Opinion Section, click here. In 1944, the Firestone Tire & Rubber Company approved a $1 million donation to finance Princeton’s new library — with one condition. The Harvey S. Firestone Memorial Library had to serve the company’s desire of “maintaining its high position in the Rubber Industry.”

Stingrays’ Clay Stevenson Named ECHL Goaltender of the Week

PRINCETON, NJ – The South Carolina Stingrays goaltender, Clay Stevenson, has been selected as the Warrior Hockey ECHL Goaltender of the week for November 28-December 4. Stevenson posted a perfect 2-0 record with one shutout, a 0.50 goals-against average, and a save percentage of 0.984 in two appearances against the Savannah Ghost Pirates last week. This is Stevenson’s first time receiving the league’s weekly honor.
Daily Princetonian

‘It's life changing’: QuestBridge students match with Princeton

On Dec. 1, high school students across the country were admitted to the University via the QuestBridge National College Match. In keeping with an announcement made earlier this year, the University has not released admissions statistics about the Class of 2027, according to an email from University Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss, including the number of QuestBridge recipients.

Who Is Ted Cruz Daughter?

Born on December 22, 1970, Rafael Edward Cruz (/kruz/) is a junior senator representing Texas in the United States Senate. Cruz, a Republican, was the state’s attorney general from 2003 to 2008. Cruz entered politics after completing degrees at Princeton and Harvard Law. First a policy advisor in the...
Paducah Sun

Caldwell Courthouse shining with the spirit of Christmas

PRINCETON — The Christmas spirit is evident at the Caldwell County Courthouse. Both the north and south ends of the 1938 courthouse have elaborate Christmas lights and messages — decorations that make a dramatic impression in this county of 12,581 people. The attention-getting display is the work of...

Chris Hedges: Know Thine Enemy

PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY (Scheerpost) —The Congressional decision to prohibit railroad workers from going on strike and force them to accept a contract that meets few of their demands is part of the class war that has defined American politics for decades. The two ruling political parties differ only in rhetoric. They are bonded in their determination to reduce wages; dismantle social programs, which the Bill Clinton administration did with welfare; and thwart unions and prohibit strikes, the only tool workers have to pressure employers. This latest move against the railroad unions, where working conditions have descended into a special kind of hell with massive layoffs, the denial of even a single day of paid sick leave, and punishing work schedules that include being forced to “always be on call,” is one more blow to the working class and our anemic democracy.

The Massie Effect

Put this one next to Dunning Kruger, which shows that people of low ability traditionally overrate how talented they are. The Massie Effect is the tendency of people who support good causes to believe they are in the minority. A study at Princeton showed that almost 80% of Americans believe...
Princeton Daily Clarion

Freddy Houston

PRINCETON — Freddy Carl Houston passed away from this life Friday, Nov. 25, 2022, at Linda E. White Hospice House in Evansville, at the age of 75. He was born Nov. 12, 1947, in Lee County Alabama. Those left to cherish his memories include his wife Brandy Dickenson Houston,...
Princeton Daily Clarion

Travis Burkett

PRINCETON — Travis Lee Burkett, 41, of Princeton, passed away Friday, Dec. 2, 2022 in Evansville.
Princeton Daily Clarion

Teresa McIntyre

PRINCETON — Teresa Ann McIntyre, 68, of Princeton, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022 at home.

Miami International Holdings Commemorates 10-Year Anniversary of the MIAX Options Exchange Launch

PRINCETON, NJ, Dec 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Miami International Holdings, Inc. (MIH), owner of Miami International Securities Exchange, LLC (MIAX®), MIAX PEARL, LLC (MIAX Pearl®), MIAX Emerald, LLC (MIAX Emerald®), Minneapolis Grain Exchange, LLC (MGEX™), The Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX™), and Dorman Trading LLC announced today the celebration of the 10-year anniversary of the launch of MIAX Options® with a ceremonial bell ringing at its Princeton, NJ headquarters.