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Vol. LXV, No. 30
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
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HEROES IN HONDURAS: Princeton High School students who recently went to Honduras to conduct biodiversity surveys included (from left): Timea Koloszvary, Angel Fan, Max ( an instructor), Science Supervisor Cherry Sprague (holding rope in front), Andrew Chi (kneeling in front), Olivia Rand, Sam Dercon, Maithili Joshi, Jacques Bazile, science teacher Andrea Panagakis, Waldo (an instructor), and Lynn DiFerdinando. The group was photographed in the Cusuco Cloud Rainforest after a “canopy access afternoon.”<

PHS Students Participate in Special Program To Explore Environmental Issues in Honduras

Ellen Gilbert

Princeton High School (PHS) recently became the first public high school in the United States to have students participate in Operation Wallacea, an international effort that sponsors biodiversity surveys in endangered areas of the world.

At The Annual Anchor House Ride The Rallying Cry Is “It’s for the Kids!”

Anne Levin

It has become a local rite of summer. The annual Anchor House Ride for Runaways, a fundraising bicycle trek that covers 500 miles in seven days, is familiar not only to the nearly 200 cyclists who take part, but to the countless friends, family members, and co-workers who pledge donations for the cause.

Joy Chen Moves Her Business Location From Retail Store to a Private Studio

Anne Levin

To the visually oriented, Joy Cards was like a candy store. The glass cases and display racks at this Chambers Street shop were home to Joy Chen's intricately crafted, customized invitations and selected greeting cards. When she closed the store this past June, her many loyal customers were distressed.

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