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1. Snowed in.
Third Wintersession offers many classes to students, "Jonas: The IMAX 4D Winter Experience" among them
This week, Street takes a look back on the history of arts at Princeton through the 'Prince' archives, including a salty column by an 1882-era arts advocate and the opening of McCarter Theatre. Key: takeaway: Jimmy Stewart '32 was a sneaky guy.
“This Side of”is a series of personal essays in which Street writers discuss the various other roles they take on campus and how these experiences have shaped their time at Princeton.
“Unfamiliar Street” is a travel series in which we introduce you to streets from all around the world, far from the well-trod gravel of Prospect Avenue.
Princeton 3D Printing is a student organization that aims to make 3D printing technology available to the Princeton community. To learn more about this fascinating technology and organization, Associate Street Editor Harrison Blackman sat down with Matthew Romer ’18, a 'Print Leader' in the club.
Event: Princeton Winter Market
1. Nomad Pizza roasting on an open fire
Princeton files plan for 446 units of affordable housing, wait, something will be affordable in Princeton?
Jill Dolan is a professor of English and Theater, director of the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, and, since July of this year, Dean of the College. In this interview, Dean Dolan talks about the importance of arts in academia, the recent activism on campus and gives advice to undergraduate students at Princeton.
This weekend, the lights on diSiac’s fall-semester show go up in Berlind Theatre. Street got the inside scoop on “Legend” from president Emily Wohl ’16 and publicity chair Alexandra Loh ’17, who came up with the show’s theme.
Princeton Chinese Theatre’s “Timeless Love” is a time-traveling love story that straddles the present and a world on the cusp of World War II. Before the show’s opening this weekend, Street spoke to PCT’s president Richard Hu ’16 and the show’s director Cadee Qiu ’18.
Pride Alliance is a community building organization for LGBTQA+ people on campus. Street spoke to co-president Lily Gellman ’17 about the group’s initiatives and what’s next.
Tilghman to join nefarious-sounding but equally prestigious-sounding Harvard Corporation
Music: Princeton University Orchestra presents “December 2015 Concerts”
It’s “winter.” So dress “warmly.” Like that ice sculpture will melt. But — One week more. Another day, another non-date. This never-ending road to winter break. These people who seem to know my work. Will surely come back for a second twerk. Will we ever meet again? And yeah, still one week more.
Most travel bucket lists might be considered incomplete if they neglect to include Peru’s Machu Picchu and the ancient Incan capital of Cusco, but if these places are on your list, here’s your chance! The course ART 367: Inca Art and Architecture, cross-listed as LAS 373 and ANT 379, offers students the occasion to travel to both one of the the oldest continuously inhabited archaeological capitals in South America and the world’s coolest lost city during spring break 2016.
While most students may see Latin as a dead language, one course this spring is bringing it back to life by immersing students in Roman terrain. In an email statement, Yelena Baraz, the professor of LAT 333: Vergil’s Aeneid, said that the course studies the epic poem in Latin by focusing on Italy’s landscape and topography to study how Roman identity was formed.