This startup streamlines the pro bono work of lawyers, including those fighting for immigrants at the border

Felicity Conrad and Kristen Sonday were on very different paths until three years ago. Conrad was an associate at the powerhouse law firm Skadden Arps. Meanwhile, Sonday, a Princeton grad and the first person in her family to go to college, was reflecting on the several years she’d spent with the U.S. Department of Justice in Mexico City, working to extradite fugitives.

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Mike Wilner
The Many Talents (And Surprising Modesty) Of Tom Schreiber

A little less than four years ago, not far from where he grew up on Long Island, a dejected Tom Schreiber walked off the field at Bethpage High School. He tossed off his No. 22 white, black and orange jersey and the rest of his Princeton equipment for the final time after a late April loss to Cornell in a neutral-site game.

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Mike Wilner
Skyfront Sets Multirotor Drone World Record with 4 hour and 34 minute Flight Time

Earlier this week a Chinese firm, Foxtechhobby, claimed it had set a drone world record with a flight of 3 hours. The record did not stand long. Skyfront, a California startup, is reporting that its multirotor drone, the Skyfront Tailwind, has claimed that record with a flight of 4 hours and 34 minutes. And in a conversation with DroneLife, Skyfront CEO Troy Mestler said he expects they can get the Tailwind to fly in excess of 5 hours.

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Mike Wilner
Luke Armour ’13 Helps Princeton Tech Startups Succeed

A little over a year after graduating from Princeton, Luke Armour ’13, who was working at a Los Angeles-based software equity firm, found himself in an interesting position. He had become inundated with emails, phone calls, and LinkedIn messages from Princeton alumni who wanted to tell him about their new tech startups and ask his opinion on where they could go to raise capital.

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Mike Wilner