RISE OF THE ROBO-ADVISOR
A conference at Princeton University, April 26 to 28, brings together experts from all areas of finance to discuss the newest frontier in the world of investment: using sophisticated algorithms to pick stocks and to buy and sell securities. Diccon Hyatt reports.
New Music: Upcoming Princeton Symphony Orchestra events revolve around 'Broken Ink,' Zhou Tian's composition making its U.S. premiere on May 7.
Now on Nassau: A larger-than-life statue of Bruce Springsteen by Stephen Zorochin is now in place at Gary Fowler's Gulf station on Nassau Street.
INSIDE U.S. 1 NEWSPAPER
WHAT'S IN THE ECHO?
The April edition of the Princeton Echo -- available now on newsstands and at Mercerspace.com focuses on a side of Princeton that's decidedly not paradise: the lives led by undocumented immigrants, many of whom live in the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood.
Pat Tanner covers a Princeton University conference on climate change and appetite.
An update on the nearly complete Avalon Bay apartment complex and other comparable rentals in town.
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