Lorenzo Quiogue

Senior Writer

March 24, 2015

Panelists Silver, Robinson ’83, Mills ’81 discuss political activism, race in NBA

National Basketball Association players have a unique opportunity to express their political views on the basketball court, said NBA commissioner Adam Silver at a panel discussion on Tuesday. Silver spoke as part of a panel entitled “Political Expression and Activism in Today’s NBA,” as part of a forum on sports, race … Read More

March 3, 2015

Friendsy launches nationally

Friendsy launched nationally on Monday, allowing users from any college in the United States to sign up for the service. The site, which was created by students and allows students to indicate their interest in becoming friends with, hooking up with or dating other students, started at the University in … Read More

February 16, 2015

Copeland speaks on diversity in the ballet world

One of the most important responsibilities of the ballet world today is to empower young dancers who don’t feel like they belong, Misty Copeland said at a discussion on Monday. A soloist with the American Ballet Theatre, Copeland spoke as part of the Lewis Center’s Masters of Dance series, which … Read More

January 4, 2015

News & Notes: John Elderfield named new Art Museum curator

John Elderfield was named the first Allen R. Adler ’67 Distinguished Curator and Lecturer at the University Art Museum, according to the University’s website. Elderfield, currently the chief curator emeritus of painting and sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, N.Y., will offer a series of public … Read More

December 9, 2014

U-Store, U. retail operations have contract in place to avoid competition

The University and the U-Store have an agreement that restricts the products that each entity can sell through their retail operations, a move that prevents competition for clients. The agreement on the University side is handled by Campus Dining and applies to such locales like the C-Store and … Read More

December 4, 2014

Hundreds gather on campus to protest racism, recent grand jury decisions

Close to 500 students, faculty, administrators and staff participated in a protest on the lawn north of Frist Campus Center at noon Thursday. “We seek to interrupt the daily routine of Princetonians to symbolize the constant interruption racism plays in the lives of people of color,” protest organizer … Read More

November 12, 2014

Mixed recycling debuts across campus after test launches last semester

Following the successful launch of mixed recycling in Mathey College and Wilson College last spring, the rest of the residential halls have shifted to mixed recycling as well. Under the new system, students no longer have to sort their recyclable trash into paper and cardboard or cans and bottles. Read More

November 2, 2014

FDA licenses first meningitis B vaccine

The Food and Drug Administration approved Trumenba, a vaccine against meningitis type B, for active immunization in 10- to 25-year-olds on Tuesday, according to a press release by Pfizer, the manufacturer of the vaccine. This is the first vaccine against this strand of bacterial meningitis approved in the United States. Read More

October 19, 2014

Two people hit by car on Washington Road

Two pedestrians were struck by a car on Washington Road on Saturday, according to a press release from the Princeton Police Department. At 3:03 p.m., Richard Regan, 54, and his 8-year-old son — both residents of West Windsor — were standing on the shoulder of the roadway south of Carnegie … Read More