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Vol. LXV, No. 45
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
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CULTIVATING “WISE FREEDOM”: Technology Coordinator Michael Taggart includes lessons in responsibility and respect as he works with kindergarten through eighth-grade boys at the Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart.

IT Coordinator at Academy of the Sacred Heart Emphasizes Human Element’s Role in Technology

Ellen Gilbert

“I kind of grew up around it,” said Michael Taggart, Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart’s (PA) new Instructional Technology Coordinator recently. “My father worked for Flight Safety International, so I knew about flight simulators and there were six or seven computers in our house at any one time. Since some of them didn’t work, it was up to me to figure out how to make them work. I learned a lot on my own.”

Attorneys Differ on Revaluation Lawsuit Filed by Fair Tax Revaluation Group

Anne Levin

A lawsuit filed by a citizen group last week challenging the 2010 Princeton property revaluation has problematic issues of procedure and timing, according to Princeton Borough’s lawyer Maeve Cannon.

Paul Krugman Is Among Panel of Experts Convened to Address Despair of Joblessness

Anne Levin

With unemployment only a percentage point away from Depression-era level and protesters holding demonstrations across the country, the American economy is in serious jeopardy. But there are positive steps to be taken, a panel of three experts, including Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman, told a capacity crowd during a discussion on Sunday, November 6 at Nassau Presbyterian Church.

Firefighter Roy Jones Is On a Mission To Create a Princeton Memorial to 9-11

Anne Levin

Roy Jones didnít lose anyone close to him in the attacks on the World Trade Center a decade ago. But as Deputy Chief of the Princeton Borough Fire Department, he has been haunted by the tragic events of 9-11.

 

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