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REVIEW: Princeton Pro Musica’s Brahms Requiem

Over 100 voices illuminated Princeton University’s Richardson Auditorium Sunday, November 5. The Princeton Pro Musica Chorus and Orchestra performed Johannes Brahms “Ein Deutsches Requiem” (A German Requiem); one of the most well-known and cherished musical compositions of all time. Since 1979, Princeton’s Pro Musica Chorus and Orchestra has been setting life to major choral works…

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Jammin’ Crêpes: A culinary classic reinvented with farm to table flare

Until recently, if you had asked me what a crêpe was, my honest answer would have been a flat pancake quesadilla. Little did I know that those flat pancakes would open my palate to a new world of flavors and ideas. Jammin’ Crêpes in Princeton provided me with that enlightening experience. Jammin’ Crêpes first started…

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If the college prioritizes maintenance and cleanliness students will follow suit

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Mercer has a beautiful campus that reflects our vibrant community of students and staff, which is why it frustrates me to see some parts of our campus poorly maintained. By contrast, when walking the Princeton campus I immediately think how well maintained it is. When my friends and I spend an afternoon around the campus,…

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REVIEW: Mochi, a dessert you don’t want to sink your teeth into

Whole Foods of Princeton is one of five of the stores in the nation to feature a mochi ice cream bar, so The VOICE staff set about figuring out exactly what we think of the confections. Although there were dissenting opinions, the overall response can be summed up as “no way, no thanks,” though the…

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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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Howard Levy’s Princeton Offense helps MCCC men’s basketball sophomore captains lead talented freshmen

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The Mercer men’s basketball team has begun the season winning five of eight games, and they’ve done so with a roster that is primarily made up of freshman. Last year, the Vikings were led by 2012 NJCAA All-American Mustafa El-Amin, who won’t be playing this season because he failed to meet academic requirements. Also 2012…

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