Two students honored by newspaper
Posted February 16, 2001; 03:17 p.m.
Two Princeton students have been honored by USA Today for their outstanding intellectual achievement and leadership.
Lillian Pierce, a Princeton University junior from Fallbrook, Calif., has been named to USA Today's All-USA College Academic First Team. The team honors 20 students who combine high academic achievement with community service.
Pierce, a math major and violinist who maintains a 4.0 grade-point-average, is co-concertmaster and soloist with the Princeton University Orchestra and plays with other area orchestras. She also volunteers as a reader for the blind and dyslexic.
Erez Lieberman, a junior, was named to the newspaper's second team. He was recognized for coordinating and winning a grant to fund research on electochemical grinding, an economical, non-polluting industrial cutting technology. He also is religion chair of Yavneh House and a published poet.
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