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Vol. LXII, No. 39
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
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Town Talk

A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues

Question of the Week:

“What do you think of the University’s plan for the Arts and Transit Neighborhood?”


“It looks very interesting. I think that it will make the area much more useable, much more friendly. Also, I think it will encourage people to use the Dinky instead of going to Princeton Junction and parking there. Overall, I think it will serve not just the students, but the whole community.”

Salah El-Shakhs, Princeton

Carlo: “It looks very ambitious and interesting, but I think it is something that the University can pull off.” Raoul: “This is not the first time that I have been to an open house and seen a plan. I think that it is a great project for the area and the University. Obviously, being a resident, you try to think of ways that it would connect better with the town. I think that this plan will make it easier to go to McCarter, things like that — definitely a positive.”

Carlo (left) and Raoul Momo, Princeton

“I think it’s a very beautiful plan. It will really bring the arts into a center point of the University. I just hope that it starts soon. It will change an entry point into the campus and incorporate parts that are now distant places into the core part of campus.”

Joe Ramirez, Princeton University


“It will be tremendous for the arts on campus and I am excited by it. Up to now, the campus has been limited regarding space for the arts, and this will be great.”

Andrea Mirabal, Princeton University

“I think it’s great, and I hope it will happen soon. It will change the neighborhood and Princeton.”

Veronika Hausle-Kalabacos with (left) Mikyo and Leonidas, Princeton


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