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Vol. LXII, No. 46
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
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“ADOPT A SAILOR”: Playwright, screenwriter, and director Charles Evered’s movie “Adopt A Sailor” features (from left) Peter Coyote, Ethan Peck, and Bebe Neuwirth. This still is taken from the moment where the characters become a temporary family. “The three of us had a very unusual bonding, or chemistry,” Ms. Neuwirth told the audience after the film screening. Mr. Evered agreed, saying, “It was truly familial.”

Screening of Evered’s “Adopt A Sailor” Delights Audience at Robeson Center

Dilshanie Perera

The Solley Theater at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts was packed for the preview screening of Princeton playwright-turned-director Charles Evered’s Adopt A Sailor on Monday. “It means a lot for me to show this movie here because it is my hometown,” Mr. Evered said while introducing the work.

Enjoying Good Organizational Health, HiTOPS Sees a Changing of the Guard

Ellen Gilbert

Lori Heninger’s last official day at work, December 31, marks a tenure of a little over two years at the helm of HiTOPS, the 22-year-old non-profit organization that seeks to promote adolescent health and well-being.

Work by Princeton Grad Students and Staff Highlights Record Research Symposium

Ellen Gilbert

About 150 people attended the fourth annual Princeton Research Symposium (PRS) at the Friend Center last Saturday, marking a record number for the four-year-old event where Princeton graduate students and research staff discuss their current work, through poster presentations and talks, with the University community and the general public.

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