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Go Inside the Current Issue: November 14, 2018

The following stories were originally published in the November 14, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.

Gift Ideas to Light Up the Holiday Season

This holiday gift-giving season we have a bumper crop of cool seasonal tech to explore, across a broad range of products. So we’ll take a look at new developments in these various product categories, exploring how companies are packaging new tech and new ideas into their product lines.

Rider President Gregory Dell’Omo Gets Term Renewed

The Rider University board of Trustees renewed the appointment of President Gregory Dell’Omo, above, for a second term running through July 31, 2022.

Princeton Identity Creates New Technology for Targeted Advertisements

Princeton Identity, a company that develops iris scanning devices, has been granted three new patents for its iris recognition technology by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office including a novel use for the technology: targeted advertisements.

The History and Future of Princeton University Football

This is a big game for Princeton against an opponent that has little to lose except the game, and everything to gain if it pulls off an upset.

‘People’s Workshop’ Concept For Trenton Moves Closer to Reality

As we have just discovered the “people’s workshop” concept for Trenton is close to reality.

Architects Design Trenton Connection

If any profession could be designated as a discipline in need of diversity, architecture could be first on the list.

Aydmara Cabrera is the New Director for Princeton’s ‘Nutcracker’ Central

Aydmara Cabrera is the new director of the Princeton Ballet School — the official school of the American Repertory Ballet and a source of young talent for the annual production of “The Nutcracker."

Architecture Meets Dance at McCarter Theater

The McCarter Theater appearance presentation by the Jessica Lang Dance Company on Friday, November 16, presents area audiences with the opportunity to experience the work of one of the today’s most innovative choreographers as well as ponder architecture — specifically one Princeton University building.

On View: 300 Years of Nation, Nature, and Human Impulse

What in the world have we done to our planet? Two paintings at the entrance to “Nature’s Nation: American Art and Environment,” on view at Princeton University Art Museum through January 6, place the big question of our era front and center.

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How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.