Element Ewing Princeton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... get your photos, and move away. It was great to see in person, but you can only stare at a bell for so long.
Our last stop for the day was the Philadelphia Art Museum. It would have been fun to go inside and check out the art. But it had been a really long day, and all I really wanted to do was relive that moment in the movie Rocky, when Stallone sprinted up the stairs and pumped his arms to the sky, with the museum in the background and then, swinging ...
... all of my stuff, throwing out alot of things and mailing alot of things home.
Got to spend some more time with my friends and meet a few new people along the way and got to hang out with their awesome dog during the day when they were at work. He was a Pitbull named Rocky, but he was one of the most playful dogs I've met.
On May 11th I headed back to ...
... friends here that I know I will keep for a very long time, despite the great distances between for the most part. I now know people in Germany, France, New Jersey (ALOT from Jersey) and I also have 2 (well 3 if you count Moustache Mish) new friends back home in Melbourne so I am always going to have a connection back to this time in my life.
Living with so many people my age has been so much fun. There was ...
... Abolitionists understood this passage to mean that the Bible demanded all slaves and prisoners be freed every 50 years.
William Lloyd Garrison's anti-slavery publication The Liberator reprinted a Boston abolitionist pamphlet containing a poem about the Bell, entitled, The Liberty Bell, which represents the first documented use of the name, "Liberty Bell."
The Bell and the Declaration of Independence
In 1847, George Lippard wrote a fictional story for ...
... time I have spent here. Majority of the time I am always at College and don't get off campus as often as I'd probably like to. However, we all make our own fun here.
Throughout the semester I have spent most of time with my I-House friends. We see each other every day and do everything together. We also have nights which are called 'Culture Nights' where a group present a different culture to everybody and we have some fun and eat food from the culture.