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The following stories were originally published in the April 25, 2018 U.S. 1 Newspaper. 

Native American Shows Deep State Roots at NJ Folk Fest

Even though New Jersey Native American tribal leader Pastor John Norwood of Ujima Village Christian Church grew up in the second most ethnically diverse state in the country, he was advised in his youth to keep quiet about his Native-American ethnic roots.


Teacher Training One Yoga & Wellness Center in Hightstown offers a 30-hour teacher training in pre-natal yoga dedicated to learning the art of guiding and teaching pregnant women during all...

Princeton’s First Woman President Speaks Out

When Shirley Tilghman became president of Princeton University on June 15, 2001, it was a powerful symbolic moment: a great woman scientist taking her place as the first woman president in the university’s history.

To the Editor

Should Princeton Buy Westminster? Rider University, having decided to sell Westminster Choir College, is in negotiations with a Chinese company.

Remembering Alan Landis, 1942-2018

Alan Landis, the real estate developer who built Carnegie Center, Princeton MarketFair, and Nassau Park in Princeton and Tower Center in East Brunswick, died April 14 at the age of 75.

Is That Bordeaux? Napa Valley? No, Central New Jersey

The scene: a beautiful day in New Jersey. Hundreds of people are relaxing in the sun. Some sit on blankets, others on portable chairs; some are under umbrellas, others under pop-up tents decorated with sports team logos or Greek letters.

Big Data & the Job Market

As “big data” becomes an ordinary part of business, employers are demanding new skills of their employees. This reality has implications both for company managers and those looking to learn new skills to boost their careers.

Be Your Own Business Coach

Learning to be your own coach could be your first step in getting unstuck, especially if you are unemployed and your job search seems stalled.

Exploring the Currents Connecting Cultures East and West

It’s hard enough becoming an artist in the U.S. But how must it be in China, where there are so many more people and fewer opportunities?