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Vol. LXIII, No. 41
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
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(Photo by Sue Bannon for the Arts Council of Princeton)
“DRY ICE”: The Arts Council of Princeton’s exhibition “Dry Ice: Alaska Native Artists and the Landscape” features the work of contemporary Alaskan artists in a range of media including sculpture, video, and photography. The show is on view at the Paul Robeson Center until November 21.

“Dry Ice” Reveals a Changing Landscape in the Arts Council’s Latest Exhibition

Dilshanie Perera

Ecology, change, and identity all swirl together in the works of nine artists at the Arts Council’s exhibition, “Dry Ice: Alaska Native Artists and the Landscape.”

NPR Correspondent Barbara Hagerty Talks About the Science of Spirituality

Ellen Gilbert

“I want to discuss something so wacky that people only speak of it in whispers,” said National Public Radio (NPR) religion correspondent Barbara Bradley Hagerty as she began a public lecture at Princeton University’s Lewis Library last week.

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