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Vol. LXIV, No. 9
 
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
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A “VISIONARY” BUILDING: Princeton Charter School supporters heard architect Michael Farewell (center left, pointing) describe features of the school’s latest addition.

Charter School’s New Multi-Use Building Is Environmentally and Tax-Payer Friendly

Ellen Gilbert

“There aren’t too many right angles in this building,” observed Princeton Charter School (PCS) Board of Trustees President and construction liaison Mac Gardner at last week’s reception for the school’s new multi-use building on the PCS campus off Bunn Drive. “It was challenging, but the results are terrific.”

“Missing Link” in Bike and Pedestrian Pathway Installed as Stony Brook Gets New Bridge

Dilshanie Perera

Noting recent media attention to developments at COAH (New Jersey’s Council on Affordable Housing), attorney Ed Schmierer gave a status report on the agency at the Monday evening Township Committee meeting.

Humor, History, Einstein, Michelle Obama Among Features of “Princetonians in Print”

Ellen Gilbert

“Princetonians in Print: 175 Years of Student Publications at Princeton,” a new exhibition at the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library, chronicles “the proud history” and “rich landscape of publications” at the University, from the earliest known documents produced by students, to a broad range of present-day online publications

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