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Vol. LXIV, No. 49
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Wednesday, December 8, 2010
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BREAKING THE CYCLE OF POVERTY: HomeFront provides thousands of local families in crisis with a unique combination of support services to meet their needs. Each year, an average of 6,926 families come to the agency and receive shelter, food, and emergency assistance.

Besides Giving Families a New Lease on Life, HomeFront Offers Refuge, Training, Hope

Ellen Gilbert

“These are not deadbeats,” said HomeFront Director of Mission Advancement Anita Hanft describing the residents of that agency’s Family Preservation Center in Ewing. “These are people who are trying to build a life.”

University Debuts iPrinceton Mobile App With Maps, Events, Courses, Virtual Tour

Dilshanie Perera

The future has arrived for Princeton University with the debut of its new iPrinceton application for mobile phones.

Exhibit of Lewis Students’ Work Reflects Life’s Contradictions

Ellen Gilbert

The Bauhaus artist Laszlo Moholy-Nagy’s observation that “the new typography is a simultaneous experience of vision and communication” is aptly quoted in the exhibit “New Student Work: Photography, Sculpture, Graphic Design” in the Lucas Gallery at Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts, 185 Nassau Street. This eye-catching, thought-provoking show which is free and open to the public has, unfortunately, a short run; it opened on December 1 and closes on December 9.

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