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Superstorm Sandy leaves Jersey shore residents prepared for the worst one year later, despite quiet forecast

By the time the harsh winds and blistering rains of Superstorm Sandy hit the Jersey shore last year, there had already been several bad storm surges throughout the Mid-Atlantic. As the waters poured inland, the evacuation procedures were well underway. Angelo Koziol, a resident who was evacuated from Normandy Beach, N.J. says he was very […]

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EDITORIAL

On the pages of this edition of the VOICE, you will find stories of how people in our community dealt with the hardships brought forth by Hurricane Sandy, but for many areas of our state the battle is far from over. As reported in Mariana Braz’s “Is This the New Normal,” Hurricane Sandy caused about […]

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Sandy: the new normal?

    When John and Fwan Deblasi, Milltown residents, heard that Hurricane Sandy was coming towards NJ, they thought they were going to experience Hurricane Irene all over again. “Last year the flooding was the biggest issue. We also lost power for a week,” said Mrs. Deblasi. Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast on Oct. […]

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Disaster survivor springs to action

When Grace Asagra Stanley, a community nursing specialist, heard about a reception center set up at John Witherspoon Middle School in Princeton to help people affected by Hurricane Sandy, she didn’t hesitate to volunteer. Stanley runs a non-profit organization called The Web of Compassion (www.webofcompassion.org) which aims to raise money to help the victims of […]

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School warms hurricane victims

  A reception center was opened in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy at John Witherspoon Middle School in Princeton, New Jersey by the Princeton Recreation Department. The reception center was created in the gymnasium of the school and provided warmth, food and drink, tele­vision, showers, electricity to charge electronics and a place to sleep for […]

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Hurricane forces local business to improvise

Written by: Emily Lukasewycz and James Reslier-Wells Business owners worked around the hardships in order to accommodate the needs of locals during Hurricane Sandy. Some business owners temporarily moved into their workplace, and some saw in this tragedy an opportunity to keep business running while helping the customers without power. Nancy Simmons’ home is in […]

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CAMPUS CRIME REPORTS: Mercer files annual reports revealing low crime, doesn’t fix years of incorrect filings

By: Kevin Xavier and Carl Fedorko The rape and murder of a Lehigh University sophomore, Jeanne Clery, drew national attention […]

Mental health care difficult for Mercer students to access due to stigma and lack of availability

  In a typical week, Dorothy Gasparro sits down with twelve to fifteen Mercer students to help them work through […]

Judges rule text senders could be liable in civil court

Three New Jersey State Appeals Court judges: Judges Ashrafi, Espinosa and Guadagno, announced on August 27, 2013 that text senders, […]

Mercer County Community College Baseball still alive in JUCO World Series, sets new record for wins

After suffering a walk-off loss 3-2 on Sunday Mercer Baseball bounced back yesterday with a 5-2 victory over Vincennes University […]

Mercer County Community College Takes on Cecil College in the NJCAA Super Regional Tournament

Mercer Baseball is now two wins away from the Junior College World Series after winning the Region 19 Championship 17-3 […]

MCCC Vice President Guy Generals Moving on to CCP

Mercer Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Donald “Guy” Generals Jr. will be leaving the college to be the next […]

Junior College World Series in Vikings’ sights after best season on record for Mercer County Community College

After having their final week of games washed away by rain the Vikings finished the 2014 regular season ranked No. […]

Letter to the Editor – Ambiguity is a fact of life

The following is a letter to the editor and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the VOICE editorial staff. […]

Obamacare’s extreme length makes it ripe for repeal

The government trend of drafting several-thousand-page legislation eliminates people from the political process and makes government less transparent. The Affordable […]

Mercer County Community College baseball earns No. 2 National ranking faces rival Lackawanna Saturday

Hunting for the first National Championship in school history Mercer baseball (29-4) has jumped up a spot to no. 2 […]

MCCC faculty contract ratified by Board of Trustees, ends bitter dispute

For the last seven months Mercer’s faculty union and the college’s administrators have been locked in a heated negotiation over […]

MCCC fashion program is steadily growing under Allegra Ceci’s guidance

Asia Mack, a second year fashion design student at Mercer, wasn’t sure what to major in when she finally picked […]

MCCC nursing student Sarah Poinsett beats cancer

Sarah Poinsett was 26 years old, working full time in a daycare, raising her six-year-old, Kayla, on her own, and […]

Rock band No Reason records “Every Path Has a Purpose”, goes on tour

Up and coming local rock band No Reason has been playing in the area lately. Founded in January 2011 as […]

C&C Cafe in Trenton features great Caribbean food

A mixture of Caribbean and soul food can be found at C&C Cafe which is located on the bottom level […]

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