Friday, October 18, 2019

More on Sports & Scandal

A further look at the relationship between college athletics and standardized testing.

To the Editor: Time to Adopt Universal Healthcare

We have constant anxiety about the availability of healthcare, and more than half of U.S. bankruptcies are caused by medical expenses. This does not happen in countries with a universal healthcare system.

To the Editor: Send Hunger Packing Marks Six Years

Send Hunger Packing Princeton (SHUPP) gains momentum as it celebrates its sixth anniversary.

To the Editor: Just Say No to Plastic

Most people in Princeton make an effort to put plastic bottles and other items into recycling bins. But in the past three months many plastic recyclables have been loaded on to trucks, and taken to landfills.

Camp Should Be for Everyone

At the Princeton-Blairstown Center, each summer we provide roughly 550 young people with an intentional learning opportunity that combats summer learning loss.

To the Editor: Thanks for the Story About ‘Stories’

I want to thank U.S. 1 for the very well-written and insightful piece you wrote about People & Stories/Gente y Cuentos, which appeared in the February 27 issue of U.S. 1.

Local Researchers Working to Understand Climate Change

Many researchers in the Route 1 corridor are undertaking the herculean task of understanding the ways human activity is affecting the Earth’s climate.

Art All Night Returns

The greater Trenton community has a little over three months to get art work and finished in “Art All Night.”

A New Term for Lang

The Institute for Advanced Study’s Lee Sandberg contacted U.S. 1 to note a correction to Elaine Strauss’ January 30 article “Guest Artist Phan Follows Musical Pattern at IAS.”

To the Editor: A Piece That Flowed Like a Symphony

The following are two responses to the January 30 U.S. 1 article “Time to Face and Listen to the Music” by arts editor Dan Aubrey.

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Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

Patrick Grother discusses the “industrial revolution” recently in facial recognition algorithms to the point where some of them are extremely accurate.