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A Bulldog Tells the Tiger’s Tale

James Axtell's book on Princeton University ("The Making of Princeton University: From Woodrow Wilson to the Present," Princeton University Press) may be the first college history one ever written...

On the Evolution of Higher Education

Harold T. Shapiro, former president of Princeton University, has written a thought provoking book on the changing role of higher education in American life. He addresses the missions of...

Renting Housing with Pet in Tow

If anyone knows how tough it is for pet owners to find rental housing, surely it’s Dianne Bleacher. A rental specialist and property manager with NT Callaway, she is...

Searching for the Buddha, One Country at a Time

Sunday, May 21, was a good day for Paul Grand. He sold one of his photographs for $3,000 at an event at the famous Boehm estate in Titusville, sponsored...

Opportunites

Princeton Rep Shakespeare Festival offers high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to train with renowned theateartists and gain valuable experience working on a professional Shakespeare production. The Repertory...

Between the Lines

As one issue of U.S. 1 goes to press we often make a mental note to follow up later with a person mentioned in the issue. That was the...

Property Values versus Social Values

How are your property values doing? If you’re like me here in Princeton Borough, you might be feeling a little smug, but with a touch of uneasiness in the...

Life in the Fast Lane

Everybody agrees that nanotechnology is the wave of the future, and that New Jersey's future may depend on investment in it.Earlier this month the NJCST gave $500,000 for NJ...

Broadway Review: `Lieutenant of Inishmore’

The transfer of Martin McDonagh's "The Lieutenant of Inishmore" from Off-Broadway to Broadway was anticipated soon after it opened to laudatory reviews earlier this season. Certainly the blood-soaked events...

A Photographer Goes in Search of the Human Spirit

In a crisp, close-cropped, black and white photo of a young girl playing "Connect Four" with an anonymous opponent represented only by an outstretched arm (photo at near left),...

Trending Stories

Artist’s Travel Journals Reveal Images, Words, and Trends

For many, a personal journal is just that — personal, often kept in a discrete place such as the bottom of a drawer. Mikel Cirkus, on the other hand, wants to celebrate his journals with the world.