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Andrew Goldstein is a Cranbury native and a 2014 graduate of Princeton High School. He is currently a rising senior at Marquette University in Milwaukee majoring in journalism with hopes of being a television reporter. Andrew’s passion for broadcasting goes back to his days at PHS, where he was the weatherman on the Tiger News broadcasts. While he hopes to one day be in sports, Andrew will be reporting on municipal government and other local news in Princeton this summer. When he’s not writing, interviewing or scrambling to meet deadline, Andrew enjoys playing piano and going for long walks. Feel free to say hi if you see him around town. If you have tips, reach out at andrew.goldstein @ marquette.edu or via Twitter.
Ellie Schwartz is a first-year student at Princeton University from Kansas City. Aside from writing, she’s happiest sewing or watching French films.
Krystal Knapp, Founding Editor
Krystal Knapp is the publisher and founding editor of Planet Princeton. An award-winning journalist, she previously worked at the Trenton Times and as an editor in Beirut. She can be reached via email at editor AT planetprinceton.com. Send all letters to the editor and press releases to that email address.
Logan Sander is a freshman at Princeton University, where she is planning to major in comparative literature. Originally from Toledo, Ohio, she has written for the Toledo Free Press, the Sylvania Advantage, and TIME. Logan is currently involved in University Press Club at Princeton, where she works with a small group of student journalists on campus. In her free time, Logan enjoys reading, playing viola and piano, and taking the occasional jog around campus.
Nat Bottigheimer is a professional transportation planner and consultant with a background in public policy and real estate economics. He is currently working on TOD, streetcar, and bus dedicated lane planning projects in the Washington, DC region. He was a member of the Alexander Street University Place Task Force, and is a current member of the Princeton Traffic and Transportation and Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committees. He's married to Eve Ostriker, an astrophysicist at Princeton University; and has two daughters, one at PHS. The most recent family addition is Basil, a one-year old labradoodle who gives the term "active transportation" new meaning.
Sarah Barnette is a freshman at Princeton University, where she is a member of the University Press Club. Originally from the Tennessee Valley, Sarah is a creative writer planning to study military history. She loves telling stories and petting dogs.
Steve Hiltner is a member of the Princeton Shade Tree Commission and a former member of the Princeton Environmental Commission. He also served as the natural resources manager for the Friends of Princeton Open Space. He writes the blogs Princeton Primer and Princeton Nature Notes, and is a regular contributor to Planet Princeton. He is a jazz musician, and lives in Princeton with his wife and two daughters.