Monthly Archives: March 2021
The following stories were originally published in the March 31, 2021, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
James Demetriades, the recently named CEO of Penn Medicine Princeton Health in Plainsboro, is taking charge of one of the region’s major medical centers during an era of unprecedented change.
Ted Deutsch takes the reins at Taft Communications; Maplewood announces leadership roles; IAS' Wigderson shares the Abel Prize, and more.
Birds and bunnies bring life to the Garden State.
The pandemic’s negative impact on individuals’ mental and behavioral health has already been seen, and industry professionals expect a continued increase in a variety of mental and behavioral health issues, including risk for and incidence of suicide.
CytoSorbents Corporation has announced a 15-year lease agreement for 48,500 square feet on College Road East, scheduled to begin on June 1.
"Quiet as it’s kept, Black women of sound have a secret,” starts Daphne Brooks in her new book, “Liner Notes for the Revolution — The Intellectual Life of Black Feminist Sound.”
Networking gatherings and advice for business owners, job hunters, and more.
While the Chapel and the community are still separated from one another during a second spring because of COVID-19, the recent re-release of Stillwell’s book provides an opportunity to prepare to revisit the building.
"Welcome, everyone, to my first poetry book,” writes Deborah Kisela on the opening pages of “Poems of my Own: Love and Life.”