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Streets Will Be Closed by Princeton Police Saturday

Princeton Police Press Release: Planned Protest/Counter Protest , January 12, 2019. The Princeton Police are reminding the public that groups taking part this Saturday in planned protests in Princeton’s Palmer Square need to obtain a permit. The event expected to occur this weekend at Palmer Square has caused the Princeton Police to plan the closure of several streets in and around the Palmer Square area on Saturday, January 12, between 9AM and 5PM. This is going to create congestion and expected delays. Motorists are asked to avoid the Police Chief Nick Sutter is urging groups to obtain a permit. The…
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Mayor Lempert faces White Supremacists right to free speech at Princeton

Princeton, NJ: Mayor Liz Lempert states, " A group of white supremacists is apparently planning a march in Palmer Square this Saturday. Our police are aware and are taking all the necessary precautions to ensure everyone’s safety, and are encouraging any counter-protesters to keep a safe distance and avoid direct confrontation. These individuals have a right to free speech however despicable their message of hate, bigotry, and ignorance. We stand in opposition to this twisted attempt to spew ;Princeton, NJ GovernmentPrinceton Police DepartmentJenny CrumillerCouncilman Tim QuinnLeticia FragaDwaine WilliamsonEve NiedergangDavid E. Cohen "
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Princeton University supports lawsuit to protect international scholars, students from new federal visa policy

Princeton, NJ: by the Office of CommunicationsDec. 21, 2018. Princeton joined 65 other colleges and universities on Friday, Dec. 21, in opposing a new federal policy that would impose harsh and retroactive immigration penalties for even innocent mistakes by international students, researchers and professors holding certain types of visas. The colleges and universities submitted a friend-of-the-court brief in a lawsuit filed in October in District Court in North Carolina by Guilford College and four other plaintiffs against Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen and others. The new rule on F, J and M visas, which took effect in August, can…
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Google to open artificial intelligence lab in Princeton and collaborate with University researchers

Steven Schultz, Office of Engineering Communications, Princeton University. Two Princeton University computer science professors will lead a new Google AI lab opening in January in the town of Princeton. The lab is expected to expand New Jersey’s burgeoning innovation ecosystem by building a collaborative effort to advance research in artificial intelligence. The lab, at 1 Palmer Square, will start with a small number of faculty members, graduate and undergraduate student researchers, recent graduates and software engineers. The lab builds on several years of close collaboration between Google and professors Elad Hazan and Yoram Singer, who will split their time working for Google…
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The Funeral of former President George HW Bush 41

    The funeral procession of former President George Bush passes in front of the White House Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, en route to the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, (Official White House Photo by Tia Dufour) A man pauses to pay his respects in front of the casket of former President George H. W. Bush at St. Martin's Episcopal Church during the state funeral in Houston, Texas, Dec. 5, 2018. Nearly 4,000 military and civilian personnel from across all branches of the armed forces, including Reserve and National Guard components, provided ceremonial support during the state funeral of George…
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A Princeton Degree For a Yalie: George H.W. Bush Visits Princeton, 1991

Princeton,NJ: President George Bush dedicates the University Social Science Complex at Princeton University. UPI Photo by Stanley Brick. Princeton, NJ: by Princeton edu - On May 10, 1991, President George Bush came to Princeton’s campus to receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree and dedicate the University’s Social Science Complex. This $20 million dollar project included the newly constructed Bendheim and Fisher Halls, as well as a renovation of Corwin Hall. President Bush’s visit was notable for several reasons. This ceremony was Bush’s first appearance outside of Washington DC after suffering atrial fibrillation while jogging at Camp David. In addition,…
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