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Princeton Community Works Marks 20 Years

Study after study relates happiness to doing something that has meaning and purpose, says Marge Smith, founder of Princeton Community Works (PCW), a conference with the goal of enabling boards, staff, and volunteers to work together more effectively.

New Ideas for Smart Growth

The one thing you can count on when it comes to smart growth is that the ideas about how to achieve it are always evolving.

‘Citizen Capitalism’ Proposes New Way to Democratize the Economy

Lynn Stout’s ‘Citizen Capitalism’ advocates using corporations for the public good.

Meet Trenton’s New Mayor

Reed Gusciora defeated Paul Perez to become mayor of Trenton, eking out a margin of victory of just 355 votes (52 percent) in an election in which just 22 percent of eligible voters participated.

Hackathons Not Just for the Ivy League

When HackTCNJ 2019 takes place this month, attendees will gather with goals as ambitious as creating their own dream projects or as simple as learning what a hackathon is all about.

From Media Storm to Media Mogul for Former Rutgers AD

If you’ve seen Tim Pernetti’s name in the news, it was probably back in 2013 when he was athletics director at Rutgers and was forced to resign amid controversy over the misbehavior of basketball coach Tim Rice.

‘We the People’ to Air on Princeton TV

On her new Princeton TV show, "We the People," Geeta Chopra interviews politicians and prominent community members to discuss local current events.

TCNJ’s Kevin H. Michels Believes Anyone Can Innovate­ – If You Learn How

Kevin H. Michels will speak on “Innovation — Connecting Values, Ethics & Know-how to Change the World” at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Thursday, October 4.

Ten Arguments In Favor Of Quitting Social Media

Jaron Lanier is a Silicon Valley visionary who coined the term “virtual reality.” Now he is arguing against Silicon Valley’s most all-consuming creation: social media.

The (Foot) Path to a Better Trenton Transit Center

For all of Trenton’s well documented troubles, the capital city also has several distinct advantages. One is the presence in the heart of town of a major public transit center, serving Amtrak, NJ Transit, and Riverline passengers — thousands every day.

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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.