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After Hurricane Sandy SAVE and American Rescue Dog help prevent pet euthanasia

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An estimate of six to eight million cats and dogs are rescued by animal shelters in the U.S. each year, according to The Humane Society of the United States. Half of those animals will be adopted and about 2.7 million will end up euthanized. One of the reasons for euthanasia is the over population at…

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Look who’s dancing participant, Henri Velandia got his green card after gay marriage was accepted in New Jersey

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Walking through the front doors of the Drum and Dance Learning Center on Quakerbridge Road, with his dancing shoes in one hand and a bottle of water in the other, Henri Velandia is getting ready for what he loves the most: dancing. He makes a few stretches in front of the huge mirror to warm…

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Award winning restaurant, Barbara’s Hungarian offers best comfort food in Mercer County

Hidden away in a strip mall in the heart of Ewing, at 1400 Parkway Avenue, and open six days a week, is gem known as Barbara’s Hungarian Restaurant. The food is homemade and while many may not be familiar with the cuisine, it is rich and savory and apt to appeal to the American palate.…

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Switch from Integrow to Colleague computer portal brings glitches and frosty reception on campus

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Mercer’s ancient computer system, known as Integrow has finally gotten a revamp. The new system, known as “Colleague” is still being phased in, but the student and faculty portal, which replaced the old MyMercer access page, went online March, 2013. Reception to the new system has been mixed but much of the response has been…

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Apple store is in, Charlotte Russe is out: as Quakerbridge mall goes upscale, prices benefit Princeton not community college students

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Quakerbridge mall in Lawrenceville recently completed a large scale renovation that began in February 2012. There are now 40 new stores in the mall, and the space has a newer look. Jessica Picard-Cronce, second year Nursing major at Mercer said, “The mall is good, but it’s missing some stores.” The reason why some of the…

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Construction on Old Trenton Road causes delays

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Construction on Assunpink Creek Bridge on Old Trenton Road in West Windsor, NJ is forcing thousands of commuters daily to find alternate routes until the work is scheduled to conclude in December. Affected commuters include MCCC students, staff and faculty. Commuters were given two weeks’ notice before construction on the bridge began to find alternate…

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