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Private Club Headed to Princeton – 45 Spring Street

In 1903, over 100 explorers, artists, authors, academics, and business adventurers came together at the Savoy Hotel in New York City to meet and exchange stories about travel, adventures, politics, and other significant topics of the day … The Ends of the Earth private club of smartypants continued to meet annually in NYC for thirty…

There’s a MONSTER IN LAKE CARNEGIE??!!

On February 18th, 1934, two tigers reported seeing a “sea serpent” thrashing in the icy waters of Princeton University’s Lake Carnegie …… The legend of the “Carnegie Monster” was born! This will become campus lore on and off for a couple decades – y’all know we love the facts as much as the folklore and…

Princeton University Dining Is Scrumptious & Award Winning …. but that wasn’t always the case! :)

Today, Princeton is known for it’s wide variety of high quality foods offered to staff, faculty and students.  (No really, they’ve won all sorts of sustainability awards for moving to majority plant based meals, reduction of packaging, vendor selections and all sorts of categories.)  For residents, we’re especially grateful for the School Garden Project, where…

Wait … Thomas Edison never attended high school but has a degree from Princeton?

TRUE!  Thomas Alva Edison, one of the most famous and influential inventors to walk the earth, never attended high school or college but was awarded an honorary degree from Princeton in 1915! a group of people posing for a photo

Holiday Trolley Tours in Downtown Princeton Every Saturday & Sunday

  Beginning November 23rd, we’re bringing climate controlled, gorgeous trolleys to downtown Princeton! What’s the best way to see Princeton’s holiday lights and historic sights? Being chauffeured in a warm trolley while an expert guide regales you…