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Vol. LXI, No. 43
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
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COKIE AND NORA: Political commentator and author Cokie Roberts took questions from WPVI-TV reporter Nora Muchanic following her address to a packed auditorium at Stuart County Day School last Thursday. The event was the third in the school’s Women in Leadership Forum series.

Cokie Roberts’s Talk on Leadership Wows Packed Auditorium at Stuart

Linda Arntzenius

Political commentator and author Cokie Roberts was the featured speaker at a Women in Leadership Forum hosted by the Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart last Thursday, October 18.

Cambodian Human Rights Activist Arn Chorn-Pond to Speak at Peddie

Linda Arntzenius

In 1975, when Arn Chorn-Pond was nine years old, Pol Pot’s Communist guerrilla army took over his homeland.

The Khmer Rouge regime’s “reconstruction” of Cambodia targeted ethnic minorities, the educated, and the middle class. Towns were emptied, schools closed, and temples destroyed. Some two million people (one fifth of the nation) died, including Mr. Chorn-Pond’s family.

Youth Outreach, Recreation, and Consolidation on Liverman’s Agenda for a “Safe, Warm” Town

Matthew Hersh

Lance Liverman lives on the edge — literally, the edge of Princeton Township proper. On a clear day from his Witherspoon Street front door, you can see Princeton Borough, and have no idea that there is a municipal line in between.

Marchand Looks to New Challenges, Touting Resiliency And Stamina

Matthew Hersh

It was 1987, and the Republican party was the majority on Township Committee. Then along came a newcomer to the political arena who would ultimately go on to dominate Township government, maintaining a campaign promise from that first run: to keep a “fresh perspective.”

Mills Listens to Residents’ Talking Points, Cites Common Sense, Checks and Balances

Matthew Hersh

Esther Mills does a lot of talking, just ask the guests on her weekly talk show on Princeton Community Television, and you’ll find out how it’s gotten her involved politically.

In Princeton, by Way of Michigan, Newcomer Randazzo Eyes Political Diversity, Defends PU

Matthew Hersh

Some people feel the political calling through civic involvement. Cindy Randazzo was drawn to politics over a bowl of chili.

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