Monthly Archives: October 2018
The following stories were originally published in the October 31, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
Traust Sollus, a financial planning and investment advisory firm, has been acquired by Mercer Associates.
Solvay, a specialty chemical company with a large food flavoring business, has opened a center in its Princeton headquarters to cater to its customers’ product development needs regarding Solvay’s vanilla flavors, or “vanillin-based systems” in the company’s own terminology.
Suchitra Kamath has been honored with the Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards’ Rising Star Award for making a successful transition from corporate officer to business owner.
Princeton University researchers have a new study that challenges the conventional wisdom that women are more likely to leave their jobs after having a second child.
How do we bridge the partisan divide? Ignore the ‘what-about’ statements, and assume you will be misunderstood before you are understood.
Rider College professor Harry Naar’s words appear in an essay accompanying the catalog for Naar’s Rider University exhibition, “Watercolors Observed and Imagined.”
Trenton’s annual Art All Day returns on Saturday, November 3, with open artists’ studios, gallery exhibitions, tours of city art and architecture, and musical and theater performances.
Arm In Arm, the Trenton-based nonprofit organization, raised more than $90,000 at its annual fall benefit in Princeton.
Trenton-born American poet, performance artist, playwright, and novelist Ntozake Shange died on October 28 at age 70.