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Vol. LXV, No. 12
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
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RESTORED: Township representatives, members of the Friends of Princeton Open Space, the contractor and project consultants gathered at the restored stone and masonry upper dam at Mountain Lakes to close the outflow valve. The valve closing will allow the cleared and dredged upper lake to refill and marks the completion of that segment of the project. Work remaining at Mountain Lakes includes the rehabilitation of the lower dam and the upper settling pond, which are planned to be completed in early 2012. The $3.2 million rehabilitation project was started in July 2010 and is made possible through the generosity of an anonymous donor.

Rapid Response Marked Princeton University Engagement With Students, Faculty in Japan

Dilshanie Perera

When the earthquake and tsunami struck Japan earlier this month, the 14 Princeton University students, faculty, and staff in the country were located quickly thanks to the travel database kept by the university in the event of an emergency.

Historian, Inventor, and Car Buff, An Asperger’s Syndrome Child Speaks Out

Ellen Gilbert

“I love learning things,” said Lewis School student Sam Gelfand recently. The 13 year old’s favorite subject is history, particularly Greek and Roman civilization, despite the fact that “the Romans were just copycats.”

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