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Vol. LXI, No. 31
Wednesday, August 1, 2007
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HIGH STEPPING ACROSS THE OOBLECK: Princeton High School Senior Grace Compton sprints across a gooey mass of "Oobleck" in a recent science experiment held by the Princeton University Preparatory Program.

Local Teens in University Program Get a Seuss-Style Physics Lesson

Avery Hookey

Rising high school seniors participating in the Princeton University Preparatory Program (PUPP) recently enjoyed an unorthodox classroom setting for their physics lesson.

Princeton's Policy for the Ages: Sustainability Plan Moving Forward

Matthew Hersh

What started out as a nebulous concept sparked by some local activists, the notion of "sustainability" has since been adopted as major municipal policy that, some are hoping, will eventually transform the way the municipalities, schools, businesses, and even residents approach the economy, the environment, and society.

Borough Hall Warm to Housing Affordability but Balks at Plan to Create New Agency

Matthew Hersh

Members of Borough Council last Tuesday did not dispute the fact that Princeton has become less affordable to certain demographics in recent decades, but held off on endorsing a proposal that would retool an existing not-for-profit agency with the aim of exploring various mechanisms to make the Borough more financially viable to a wider demographic.

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