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Vol. LXIII, No. 27
 
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
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(Photo by Ellen Gilbert)
THREE FOR THE ROAD: All set for last week’s “Stroller Stride” walk were (from left): 15-month old Kenny Gilliland, 14-month old Elise Henry, and 18-month old Francie Bavier. The next Historical Society of Princeton tour for caregivers and their tots will be on August 5.

Rolling Down Nassau: Historical Society Offers Tours of Princeton for Stroller Set

Ellen Gilbert

When Jennifer L. Jang says “Let’s roll!” she’s not kidding.

Italian Women’s Group Rallies to Help Victims of Earthquake in Picenze, Italy

Dilshanie Perera

With a magnitude of 6.3, the earthquake that ripped through the Abruzzo region of Italy in April left over 65,000 people homeless. Upon hearing the news, members of the Italian Women’s Group of Princeton knew they had to help.

Stunning Photographic Portraits Comprise “Let Your Motto Be Resistance” at Morven

Dilshanie Perera

Ranging from an archival print of Sojourner Truth, to a portrait of Romare Bearden with his artwork in the background, the photographs of “Let Your Motto Be Resistance,” the newest exhibition at Morven, tell a compelling history of African American resistance over 150 years.

Ladybugs “Communing” and Lit Streetlamps: The University Community Visualizes Peace

Ellen Gilbert

The comfort of a mother’s arms, a gathering of ladybugs, and a cityscape at dusk are among Princeton community members’ visual responses to the question, “What Is Peace?” currently on view in the Murray-Dodge Hall lobby.

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