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Feb.†13, 2008

Vol. 108, No. 8

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Faculty apartment ruined in blaze

Published in the Feb.†13, 2008, issue

A smoky fire gutted one unit and damaged others Jan. 10 in the University-owned College Road Apartments across from McCarter Theatre Center. No one was injured in the fire, which took a dozen fire departments from area towns more than two hours to extinguish....Read more

From oil politics to neuroethics, a sampler of new spring courses

Published in the Feb.†13, 2008, issue

With the start of the spring term comes PAW’s annual sampling of offered at Princeton for the first time. With more than 1,100 to choose from — about 110 of them new — the selection process for students can be daunting. Here are six new...Read more

Semester in Kenya canceled

Published in the Feb.†13, 2008, issue

Citing safety concerns in the wake of a violently disputed presidential election, the University cancelled its spring field semester in Kenya in early January, according to Professor Dan Rubenstein, chairman of the ecology and evolutionary biology department....Read more
Seniors Peri Rosenstein, center, and Regina Lee with Sen. Hillary Clinton in Manchester, N.H. The two were among 19 Princeton students who spent a week in New Hampshire working for candidates≠.

At the center of the action as the campaign unfolds

Published in the Feb.†13, 2008, issue

As the presidential primary season moved into high gear last month, Princeton students got a firsthand look at the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primaries. From attending Sen. Barack Obama’s victory speech in Iowa to canvassing voters on behalf of five...Read more

Published in the Feb.†13, 2008, issue

Josť Huizar *94, the first Latino immigrant elected to the Los Angeles City Council and Princeton’s first Latino trustee, delivered the keynote address at Princeton’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration Jan. 21. Immigration was the theme of this year’s...Read more
CURRENT ISSUE: Feb.†13, 2008