Princeton University's 10-year improvement plan forges ahead with new construction

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From one end of Princeton University to the other this summer, dust clouds have been rising from construction activity, rivets have been pounded, widgets have been installed, towers of glass and steel have materialized, and artificial turf has taken the place of grass.

The activity started even before students closed their books last spring and headed off for summer break; and it will continue this fall as Princeton students file back into classrooms and laboratories for another year of learning.

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