Monthly Archives: September 2014

Why Do Some Students Reject Offers From Princeton University?

Princeton University has a #1 university rating from US News, a beautiful walkable campus, and offers amazing financial support to its students. But given the choice, students are choosing to attend Harvard, Yale, Stanford or even the University of Chicago instead. Why are … Continue reading

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New Trail On Princeton’s Quaker Road Offers Picturesque Views

As part of a recent resurfacing project on Quaker Road in Princeton, a gravel trail for pedestrians and cyclists has been significantly extended, linking the D&R canal trail to trails in the Institute Woods. The new path is a substantial … Continue reading

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AvalonBay Launches New Website For Their Princeton Apartment Construction Project

Housing developer AvalonBay, having recently signed off on a contentious developer’s agreement with the town of Princeton, has launched a new website to inform local residents about the apartment construction project. 

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Construction Shows Distance Between Old And New Princeton ‘Dinky’ Rail Stations

As construction continues on Princeton University’s new addition on Alexander Street, local residents can now see for themselves how far apart the new Princeton rail station will be from the old station at University Place. The relocation of the ‘Dinky’ … Continue reading

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