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Twice a year, Lawnparties brings famous bands and some not-so-famous musical artists to Prospect Avenue.
Every day, the dining services staff of the residential colleges is hard at work feeding a vast proportion of the campus' student population.
They’re the Princetonians who made McCosh 50 just a little fuller with a visit from comedian Dave Coulier of “Full House” fame … “The Street” brings you a Q&A with the students behind “Princeton Tonight,” Princeton University’s first TV show, Host and Show Runner Jordan Salama ’19, Executive Producer Ryan Ozminkowski '19 and Director Benjamin Jacobson '19. The Daily Princetonian: How did “Princeton Tonight” begin? Jordan Salama '19: It was the beginning of the year, and Ryan and I had met up and seen the Princeton University Broadcast Center, which is in the basement of Lewis Library, and it’s a fully professional TV center that is used to interview professors when they have big accomplishments.
“Gene Kelly, tap dancing and a lamppost.” In his program note, actor William Cohen ’16 lists what most people associate with “Singin’ in the Rain.” Made famous by Gene Kelly’s iconic performance in the titular number in the 1952 film, a musical theater classic about Hollywood’s shift from silent film to talkies.The Lewis Center for the Arts’ recent production, directed and co-choreographed by Adin Walker ’16, does something different.
Princeton University has a long history of success with post-graduate fellowships.
To finish the academic year 2015-16 season, Princeton University Players presented “City of Angels” in the Frist Film/Performance Theater, directed by Michelle Goldman ’18, and currently presents “Dogfight” in the Class of 1970 Theater in Whitman College, directed by Abby Jean-Baptiste ’18.
Dear Sexpert, I am tired of creating so much waste when I’m on my period! Are there any environmentally safe options for dealing with my period that aren’t too scary? - The Fertile Conservationist
1. Seniors are PTL 2. Juniors live the JP-Life 3. Sophomores post declaration screenshots 4.
Dance: BAC Dance presents SUMMER DAZEThis weekend, BAC is presenting its spring show, SUMMER DAZE.
Sprint football program loses for the last time in battle with administration C-Store starts putting price labels on all items, wait, they weren't doing this before? Bazelon discusses changing landscaping of legal firms Fox News interviewer trolls U.
In my family, pan-fried dumplings are often a "recycled" food. If we boiled dumplings for dinner one night and there were some leftovers, into the pan they would go.
It’s a late Saturday afternoon and while making the long-delayed trek to CVS, your stomach begins to growl incessantly, as if punishing you for the seemingly eternal stretch between brunch and dinner on the weekend.
Nestled right next to each other on Witherspoon Street, Mamoun’s Falafel and Olives are two of the most popular establishments for Mediterranean cuisine in Princeton.
This weekend, I explored two Japanese restaurants in the vicinity of Princeton: Mo C Mo C and Sushi Palace.Mo C Mo CMo C Mo C is on Tulane Street — the one slightly farther than Witherspoon.
Margherita pizza has a long and illustrious Italian history. According to popular tradition, it was named after Queen Margherita of Savoy in 1889.
In 1945, playwright Mary Coyle Chase became the fourth woman to ever receive the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
1. Bind your thesis. 2. Take a photo in front of Nassau Hall. 3. Redeem your free sandwich from 'Say Cheez.' 4.
U. admits 6.46 percent of applicants for Class of 2020, still isn't less than 5 percent p-value U-Store, C-Store end peace treaty, resume the war for the invisible hand U.
Dance: diSiac Dance Company presents "Untitled"From April 14 to 16, diSiac is having its spring show "Untitled.” Come see diSiac in its purest form, with inspiration drawn from everywhere and anywhere.