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Mar. 6, 2013

Vol. 113, No. 8

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Eden Full ’15 displays a prototype of the SunSaluter in Oakland, Calif., in 2012.

Tune in. Drop out. Start up.

What Eden Full ’15 did on her break from college

By Mark F. Bernstein ’83

IT WOULD SEEM LIKE A VERY HARD phone call to make, the ultimate good news/bad news story. When Eden Full called her parents one afternoon in May...

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Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor ’76

A Moment With ... Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor ’76

By Mark F. Bernstein ’83

In her recently released memoir, “My Beloved World” (Alfred A. Knopf), Justice Sonia Sotomayor ’76 describes her rise from poverty in the South...

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Enthusiasm abounds in Mountain View, Calif., where Arman Suleimenov *12, left; Tony Xiao ’12; and Jordan Lee GS (not pictured) develop their computer application, Collections.

Ditch the furniture; line up the laptops

The lives of young entrepreneurs

By Mark F. Bernstein ’83

THE 2,700-SQUARE-FOOT RANCH HOUSE on a quiet, tree-lined street in Mountain View, Calif., would seem perfect for a family with small children: four...

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Oates says her new novel explores “a ­completely ­oblivious, blind, self-satisfied and self-congratulatory, white, Protestant, affluent society and community, which was ­Princeton at that time [1905].”

Acclaimed author Oates to retire from University

By Jennifer Altmann

This is a corrected version of an article published in the March 6, 2013, issue. The correction appears at the end of the story. Joyce Carol Oates,...

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Princeton to raise undergraduate fees by 3.8 percent

By W. Raymond Ollwerther ’71

Undergraduate tuition, room, and board charges will increase 3.8 percent for 2013–14 as part of a $1.58 billion operating budget approved Jan. 26...

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The quantified life: In this brave new world, people listen to their forks

By Caroline McCarthy ’06

Thank goodness Nike is so effective at marketing. Before it started heavily promoting its FuelBand, a black, ­rubber electronic wristband that...

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Professor Simon Morrison *97's new book on the wife of composer Serge Prokofiev details a life of tragedy and resilience.

IDEAS: An impetuous singer, exiled to the gulag

By W. Barksdale Maynard ’88

When music professor Simon ­Morrison *97 set out to write a biography of the wife of composer Serge Prokofiev, he worried that gaps in the...

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