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Vol. LXV, No. 7
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
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A KISS IS STILL A KISS: “Zebra Kiss,” taken by Princeton University junior Christina Gupfinger at the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve in South Africa, is among the 31 images on view in the Murray-Dodge Hall lobby.

Photo Exhibit at Campus’s Murray-Dodge Building Responds to the Question “What Is Love?”

Ellen Gilbert

“What is This Thing Called Love?” wondered the incomparable composer-lyricist Cole Porter in a 1929 song. The Princeton University curators of the newest exhibit in the Murray-Dodge lobby on the campus have cut to the quick by simply asking “What is Love?”, and although Valentine’s Day was on Monday, it’s not too late to take in the engaging images submitted by University students, faculty, and staff members in response to that question.

Borough Still Debating Best Approach To Resuming Arts and Transit Dialogue

Dilshanie Perera

Following the closed session discussion by Borough Council last week, the governing body continues to debate how best to approach further discussion pertaining to the original Arts and Transit Neighborhood proposed by Princeton University.

“Playful Learning” Is Antidote to Bullying At Goddard School for Early Childhood

Ellen Gilbert

“There’s always going to be conflict where there are children,” observed Goddard School owner Edwin Sirak. The solution, he suggested in a recent interview, lies in turning instances of bullying into “a teachable moment.” The lesson, he emphasized, has to do with helping kids understand the differences among them.

Topics in Brief
A Community Bulletin

Painter Mel Leipzig Keeping Busy With Lecture, Film, Four Exhibits

Realist painter and professor of art at Mercer County Community College (MCCC) Mel Leipzig, 75, has no intention of slowing down. He’s been featured on New Jersey Network, his work is or will be on exhibit at four area galleries, and on Tuesday, February 22, he will be presenting a slide lecture on the societal impact of modern and post-modern art in “Collage and Its Influence.”

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