Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXIII, No. 19
 
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
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(Photo by Ira Fuchs)
A PIECE OF HISTORY: Eagle Scout Steven Fuchs digitized the first ten years of Town Topics for his leadership-service project. The results will be fully searchable and readily accessible via a server in the Princeton Public Library.

Eagle Scout’s Service Project Preserves a Ten-Year Piece of Town Topics’ Past

Ellen Gilbert

Princeton High School senior Steven Fuchs didn’t clear a hiking trail, recycle old glasses, or build a birdhouse for his Eagle Scout service project. In a striking example of “the road not taken” (and with all due respect to those three worthy projects), he chose to digitize every issue of Town Topics published in its first ten years of existence.

“The Best Old Place of All” Remembered in New Mudd Manuscript Library Exhibit

Ellen Gilbert

Climate control is a byword of manuscript repositories where old papers and artifacts have to be protected from the havoc that can be wrought by changes in temperature and humidity. So as the weather heats up, it is good to know that there is a new exhibit at the University’s Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library, on 65 Olden Street, that is “cool” in both senses of the word.

Getting on the School Bus Isn’t Always as Safe and Simple as It Should Be

Ellen Gilbert

Taking the bus to and from school wouldn’t strike most people as a particularly harrowing experience. For kids, talking, laughing, and bumping along before the actual school day starts is usually a happy routine. At the bus stop, parents, coffee cups in hand, catch up with neighbors, and look forward to attending to the day ahead.

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