Friday, May 29, 2020

Between the Lines

In the 21st century, communication is still not perfect. Our DSL access was out of whack last month, and it worked only spasmodically in the days before and after...

Letter to the Editor: Cover Questioned

After receiving the May 31 issue of U.S. 1 I was about to put our two copies in the reception area of our office, until I noticed the photo...

Between the Lines

As one issue of U.S. 1 goes to press we often make a mental note to follow up later with a person mentioned in the issue. That was the...

Letters to the Editor: Sarnoff Centenary

Sarnoff CentenaryWithin the week the Sarnoff Museum’s Centenary lecture series begins. The lectures start with “Looking Forward from Edison to RCA: Industrial Innovation in Central Jersey” presented by Paul...

Between the Lines

Lots of years we wish for winter to end, but this year many of us are impatient for the departure of a long, wet, and chilly spring. Here at...

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An E-mail correspondent from East Windsor commented on our April 12 coverage of the status of high tech industry in New Jersey. Though he declines to use his last...

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For U.S. 1’s annual Health and Fitness Directory, scheduled for Wednesday, June 21, we are looking for people with good doctor stories. People who have had positive, transforming experiences...

Letter to the Editor: On the Sudan

Lives will be saved in the Sudan because of your feature on Emmanuel Mathiang, who escaped being killed by his government and now lives in NJ (“A Sudanese Refugee...

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On April 19 in this space we pointed to a Biotechnology Industry Organization report claiming that New Jersey’s rate of biotechnology employment is higher than most. Now an Inc....

Letter to the Editor: Emotional IQ

Emotional IQThank you for publishing such a wonderful article about my emotional intelligence workshop at Mercer County Community College (U.S. 1, April 12). Your writer, Jack Florek, must have...

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