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Featured Stories Archive – June, 2005

Carillon concerts performed through Sept. 4

FEATURED STORY: Ringing in a summer concert series

The University's 13th annual Summer Carillon Series -- featuring Princeton carillonneurs and guest performers from across the nation and Europe -- will be held at 1 p.m. each Sunday from July 3 through Sept. 4 at Cleveland Tower on the Graduate College campus

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University offers range of summer learning opportunities

FEATURED STORY: Summer programs benefit students and teachers

Although classes are no longer in session, the summer is a season of learning at Princeton University. Princeton students, faculty and staff will lead an array of on-campus programs for students and teachers from around New Jersey and beyond, with the goal of exposing them to cutting-edge research and building their skills in a variety of fields.

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Construction pace heats up over the summer

FEATURED STORY: Construction pace heats up over summer

Summertime is primetime for construction on the Princeton University campus. A total of 22 projects are included on a schedule compiled by the Office of Design and Construction in the facilities department. Highlights are: • Whitman College, the ...

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In focus: Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics

FEATURED STORY: Genomics institute takes new approach to biology

Princeton's Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics was established in 1998 under a mandate to develop new approaches to studying and teaching modern biology, with a high degree of collaboration between scientists from many departments.

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Summer theater season runs through Aug. 14

FEATURED STORY: Summer theater opens with 'Dial "M" for Murder'

The Princeton Summer Theater will perform six plays this summer, including two shows for children, Thursdays through Sundays until Aug. 14 in the Hamilton-Murray Theater.

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Studio presses students into exploring the creative process

FEATURED STORY: Studio presses students into the creative process

It would have been much quicker to copy and paste their names into a Word document and run off a page on a laser printer. But an important part of this class involved learning about the creative process.

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Students in five cities win Princeton Prize in Race Relations

FEATURED STORY: Students win Princeton Prize in Race Relations

Eight high school students in five cities -- Atlanta, Boston, Houston, St. Louis and Washington, D.C. -- have been awarded the 2005 Princeton Prize in Race Relations for their exceptional efforts to improve race relations in their schools and local communities.

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