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Singer-Songwriter Set for Communiversity Stage

A little more than a decade ago, when she was only 12, West Windsor native and singer-songwriter Sarah Copley was lifted onstage by country superstar Kenny Chesney during one...

The First 100 Days: A Trump Report Card

I try to stay current in the news. As a college student nearing graduation, I find it important to keep up with the real world and fit it into...

Jersey Sculptor Finds a Muse in Bruce

It’s unofficially official: Bruce Springsteen has taken over Princeton.On the west side of town on Stockton Street, the Morven Museum & Garden continues the exhibition “Bruce Springsteen: A Photographic...

Network With NJ’s Businesswomen

What do the companies Schumacher Chevrolet Auto Group and Marketsmith Inc., i.Predictus, Brushfire Inc., and One More Smith have in common? The first is a successful car dealership chain...

Acceptance Gained, Harassment Remains

There was a time not long ago when gay people hid their sexual orientation from their employers to avoid disrupting their careers. Gwen Marcus, the legal counsel for the...

On the Move

#b#New Arts Complex Underway in New Brunswick#/b#The New Brunswick Development Corporation (Devco) is set to break ground on a 22-story building with two theaters, three rehearsal stages, and...

To Fight Poverty, Focus on Education

The American dream of upward mobility is a myth for many people, as recent studies show children born into poor families tend to stay poor their whole lives and...

Entrepreneurs Clash at UPitch Competition

Princeton University’s Keller Center is hosting another business plan competition this week, and this one will bring together students from 13 colleges and universities who will pitch a panel...

Fiction & Reality

We can now set the dates for our annual tradition known as the U.S. 1 Summer Fiction issue. The paper will be published Wednesday, July 26, with submissions due...

Zhou’s ‘Broken Ink’ Takes Its Cue from China’s Past

‘Broken Ink” is the puzzling name of a 2013 composition by Chinese-born Zhou Tian to be played at the final concert of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s current season, set...

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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.