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Vol. LXIV, No. 22
 
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
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A POWERFUL LESSON: Princeton High School juniors and seniors reacted to last week’s simulation of a car crash that was caused by driving while drunk.

Simulated Car Accident Is Wake-Up Call Staged for High School Juniors and Seniors

Ellen Gilbert

A young woman posing as a fatality, lots of fake blood, sobbing friends, a student playing a tipsy driver, and an actual hearse all lent verisimilitude to a car crash staged last week to impress Princeton High School (PHS) juniors, seniors, and other area students with the dangers of driving and drinking.

Community Welcomes Identification Cards, Municipalities, Mercer County Accept Them

Dilshanie Perera

The Princeton Community Identification Card is the latest project of the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund (LALDEF), a Princeton-based non-profit organization that aims to protect and defend the civil rights of Latinos in the region through advocacy, legal assistance, and education.

Merrick’s Looking for New Princeton Home, Sees Chance for “Reinvention” in Closing

Dilshanie Perera

Despite the heartbreak involved with closing their much-beloved clothing store Merrick’s at 6 Moore Street, mother and daughter Barbara Racich and Anne Merrick Mavis are determined to persevere, calling the circumstances an opportunity to move on and engage in reinvention.

Fighting Hippos and Chilly Rabbits: “Art of Science” Exhibit is Mind-Bending

Ellen Gilbert

Leonardo da Vinci bade us to “Study the science of art and the art of science,” and teams of Princeton University organizers have been doing that with brio for the last four years in year-long “Art of Science” exhibits mounted in the atrium of the Friends Center on Williams Street.

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