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Emotional well-being while home gardening similar to other popular activities, study finds .
As civic leaders and urban planners work to make cities more sustainable and livable by investing in outdoor spaces and recreational activities such as biking and walking, Princeton researchers have identified the benefit of an activity largely overlooked by policymakers — home gardening.
‘The Torture Letters’: a film by Princeton anthropologist Laurence Ralph on policing urban America .
The New York Times' Opinion Documentary series has debuted "The Torture Letters," a film by Laurence Ralph, professor of anthropology, that primes viewers on the roots of police violence as it persists in the United States.
Campus seismometers illustrate compliance with the stay-at-home order .
Seismometers in Princeton's Guyot Hall have documented a sharp decline in the level of background noise as human activity has been curtailed in response to COVID-19.
New radar allows cars to spot hazards around corners>
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