Facebook outing students. Google collecting personal information from
wireless networks. A dating app used for stalking. The creators of a new
three-day ethics program believe these incidents could have been
Seed fund and incubator 500 Startups is bullish on international investing - especially Latin America and India, the overseas markets it will concentrate on in its second fund, said Paul Singh, an investing partner who manages the accelerator and focuses on investments in Asia.
How much is an Olympic medal worth? Quite a lot, if you go by the interest a handful of India's business elites have taken in giving the country's top athletes a leg up in their quest for the podium.
Interview with nuclear policy researcher MV Ramana
Although Pramanik's case may be the most sensational, it's not the only gender controversy in sports, where a sharp line divides men's and women's competition even though gender differences - defined by more than just chromosomes - are less clear.
A petition calls on the school to renounce current and future investments in companies that produce weapons similar to Newton, Conn. shooting.
Princeton University professors Michael Oppenheimer and Ning Lin published a paper in February predicting an increase in the number of major storms striking New York and New Jersey. But even they didn't expect on to come so soon.
Voting Machine Debate Heads Back to Court as Election Day Looms
- October 2011Appel and a group of Mercer County residents who first sued the state over touch-screen voting machines in 2004 said they believe they still fail to comply with a law requiring that they be accurate and reliable.
The two are now among the most prominent voices calling for a moratorium on deportations of individuals in same-sex marriages while Congress and the federal courts determine the fate of the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).
Open to any Mercer County resident, the Community ID program also makes it easier for illegal immigrants to access social service agencies, libraries, clinics, and other community service providers.
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Princeton Alumni Weekly
"If you pivot to Asia, you expose a very important part of your anatomy to the Middle East, which is probably going to bite it very hard."
Thinking about "our identities and backgrounds, justice, and the legal system" was the focus of a course co-taught by appeals-court judge Denny Chin.
The 2012 Big Three Bonfire, celebrating Princeton football's victories over Harvard and Yale.
Thirteen budding student comedians participated in a spring-semester master class taught by comedian Aaron Haber.
Most DC tourists come the the White House hoping for a glimpse of the president, but for Princeton students who visited 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. April 13, bees were the main attraction.
The Jakarta Globe
Fatal Flaws in Indonesia's Response to Medical Emergencies - September 2011
With improvements in living standards, road accidents, heart disease and strokes have replaced infectious diseases as the leading causes of death in Indonesia, but lifesaving care in the crucial first minutes remains unavailable at any price.
Batik Gets the Denim Treatment - July 2011
For someone just two years out of college, Ivan Kurniawan has big
ambitions. Chief among them is a plan to reinvent batik, Indonesia’s
most famous textile.
New Financing Plan to Ease Access to Key Medical Tools - July 2011
GE Healthcare is introducing a new financing program that makes it
easier for medical providers in Indonesia to purchase diagnostic and
treatment equipment, boosting access to health care.
TNI Launch Military Operation in West Papua Highlands - July 2011
A major military operation has been launched in West Papua following the
ambush of an Indonesian military patrol last week, reports said on
My Jakarta: Rony Zakaria, Photojournalist - July 2011
While his award-winning photographs
have caught the attention of an international audience, he still loves
looking for that perfect shot in his own backyard.
Survey Says Young Indonesian Muslims Have Mixed Beliefs on Muslim Practices - June 2011
Although young Indonesian Muslims are models of some traditional Islamic practices, they are less strict in their beliefs and observing religious rituals, according to a new survey.
10 Mountains for Every Kind of Climber - October 2011
Climbing pioneer George Mallor scaled some of the world's biggest peaks "because they're there." But with so many mountains and so little time, how does a climber know where to start?
10-Step Guide to Siem Reap - September 2011
From jungle adventures to vibrant culture to legendary nightlife, here are 10 of Siem Reap's essential experiences.
Living Green Magazine
A Greener White Meat? - June 2011
"I think I might throw up," Tanaka said. For underneath the warm bacon wrapping, tucked between the apricot marinated in raspberry wine and the crisp cracker base, was a Chinese cockroach.
Social media is a two-way street and student activists are capitalizing on the fact that Twitter and other social media sites give them more access in higher places than ever before.
Google Games feels a bit like the Olympics of tech, with teams from rival colleges coming together to strive for victory in events that test the limits of their endurance - mental endurance, at least.
The Hopewell Express
The basement of Princeton's YMCA wasn't the first place you would look for gourmet international cuisine, but the unlikely location didn't keep Chirada de Toro from making a name for herself and Da's Thai Kitchen and Catering.
Hopewell Valley residents will soon be able to take advantage of the hospital they've watched take shape over the past three years.
The town of Princeton may be best known as home to the university, but a store just off Nassau Street has garnered fame of its own.