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Brave new world

At the Center for Information Technology Policy, dismembered voting machines are just the beginning
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The poet as politician

Rex Lee Jim ’86 believes Navajo pride and self-determination begin with language
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The Stargazers

After decades of exciting breakthroughs, Princeton astronomers are enjoying a new explosion of discoveries
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Reunions 2010

Goin’ back: By plane, train, car, or ... kayak
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Uncivil society

Jim Leach ’64 leads an effort to restore respectful discourse to our national life, but it’s tough going
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The wisdom of crowds

Iain Couzin studies the rules that make schooling fish, swarming locusts, and marching ants do what they do
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Choosing danger

Why do some people willingly work in conflict zones, when they have so many other options?

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