Ecovillage NJ: Fighting for a Commune Cause

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50 Years Later, Memories of Changing Times

On the eve of his 50th college reunion, Richard K. Rein recalls the rise of student power and the anti-war movement, and the fall of the selective clubs as the dominant source of campus social life.

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French Biotech Brings New Blood to Pharma Scene

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Team Campus Flexes Its Development Muscle

Drive along Route 130 in Bordentown and you can’t miss it: Just off the highway is a towering sky-blue grain elevator with the words “Team Campus” painted on the side. This summer the grain elevator is coming down to make way for a new phase of expansion at Team Campus: 222 apartments, including 92 senior units on the other side of the highway, a retail complex, and a medical office building.

Hope for a Wasteland, Dashed by Politics

Hamilton-based Princetel was set to redevelop a dilapidated Roebling Complex building in Trenton. But the deal fell apart at a Trenton council meeting. What happened?

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Proposed Plant Poses a Toxic Threat

Israel-based Elcon Recycling Services has plans to build a facility in Falls Township, Pennsylvania, that would store and treat 200,000 tons per year of hazardous and residual waste. Residents in neighboring communities are not happy.

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