Changes You Can Make to Create a Better Future

Changes You Can Make to Create a Better Future

ISSUE #50 – April 16, 2024

Editor’s Note

Not too unlike the emergence of the butterfly from its chrysalis, we come out from hibernation and see ourselves awaken to the sunlight and warmth of spring (at least on those days when the rain decides to hold off!). When we see these changes in nature, we are reminded that seeing ourselves differently or simply doing things a different way can positively influence what lays ahead. This month, in the April issue of Princeton Perspectives we share, Changes You Can Make to Create a Better Future, just a few of the possible things you can do or see differently.

We’ll start with our Pulse of Princeton, video comments from locals in response to the question, “What is a change you have made, encountered or would like to experience?” People are trying new things and looking forward to others. Watch what they have to share!

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The Pulse of Princeton: What is a change you have made, encountered or would like to experience?

Perspectives Revisited

Have you made your reservations yet? It was March 2022 when we first wrote about construction of the Graduate Princeton at the corner of Nassau and Chambers Streets in the article Enjoying Princeton in the Midst of Local Improvements from the issue Princeton Happenings – What’s Going on Now That May Impact You?. Soon, not only will Chambers Street fully re-open to two-way traffic but the hotel itself will be open for business! The 180-guest rooms, which will double the amount of accommodations currently available in Princeton, is now accepting reservations for stays beginning in early June. An all-day menu is also going to be available, with a mix of seasonal, traditional and comfort food that guests and locals can enjoy.

In the second issue ever of Princeton Perspectives, we shared one resident’s story of parking her car and riding her bicycle everywhere in the article My Biking Life…, from the issue One Person, One Family, One Town – Our Roles in Sustainability. Today, as more and more people choose to ride bikes around town, it’s important to know the “Rules of the Road.” That’s why the Princeton Police Department and Princeton Human Services are hosting the 12th Annual Wheels Rodeo. After getting your helmet fitting and learning important safety tips, get ready to practice your skills on a course created in the parking lot at the Princeton Municipal Building, 400 Witherspoon Street on April 27th from 10am-1pm.