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Slam poetry thrives in Trenton: Café International presents Ghandi’s Poetry Spot

Ghandi’s Poetry Spot (GPS) is an open-mic poetry event held at Café International on Friday nights. Café International, with its warm brick façade and floor-to-ceiling windows, is located on 241 East Front Street in the historic Mill Hill section of downtown Trenton. The café is like a combination of grandma’s house and a hip  West…

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A source of hope for those struggling with self-injury

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Whether intricately drawn or simply written, the word “love” was scrawled across the forearms of many students on November 13, the goal being to bring awareness to the issue of suicidal thoughts, self-mutilation and addiction, and its sufferers. The support movement is lead by the non-profit known as “To Write Love On Her Arms” (TWLOHA).…

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Sheriff Larkin apologizes for interrupting class, violating visitor policy

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Mercer administrators sent a letter officially reprimanding County Sheriff Kevin C. Larkin for interrupting a State and Local Politics class (POL 205) held on the evening of February 1. As reported in the Voice’s Feb. 18 article “Law and disorder,” Larkin ent ered the class after receiving a text message from a student in the…

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Malaga serves up smoking hot Spanish cuisine

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As far as ambience, Malaga offers a balanced combination between an upscale restaurant and a homey hole-in-the-wall. The décor is subtle yet effective: brick red walls, simple wooden chairs and tables and white tablecloths; it is this simplicity that lends itself so wonderfully to the atmosphere. A genuinely charming maître d’ escorts patrons to their…

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The perfect Princeton pub crawl

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Out of the many bars in downtown Princeton, a few stand out because of their great selection of beer on tap, happy hour specials, live music, youthful crowds and great prices. With the economy not getting any better, any way to save is a good way, especially where entertainment is concerned. Bars such as the…

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Law and disorder: Sheriff interrupts class

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Mercer County Sheriff Kevin C. Larkin and what appeared to be a female aide interrupted a State and Local Politics Class (POL 102) held in MS 205, at Mercer’s West Windsor Campus on February 1. Associate Professor Michael Glass was conducting a discussion of what changes students would propose to the state budget to avoid…

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