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This past weekend, the only student-run ballet companies in the Ivy League —Princeton University Ballet, Harvard Ballet Company and Columbia Ballet Collaborative —joined forces to produce performances that both showcased and celebrated the strengths of the dance groups.
The Ivy Ballet Exchange was founded two years ago by the leaders of the ballet companies at Princeton, Harvard and Columbia with the intention of recognizing the works of student-run dance companies and emphasizing the fact that these diligent dancers could pursue their academic studies while remaining committed to ballet.
“It was started as an idea for these really great ballet companies to come together and share what they had been working on, artistically,” Princeton University Ballet president Emily Avery ’17 said.
The leaders of the dance companies began planning for this event over a year ago because the exchange required a lot of foresight and logistical planning.
“Getting the logistics worked out was definitely a challenge.
Theatre Intime’s Freshman One Act Festival (OAF) presents a unique opportunity for Princeton University freshmen to produce and perform an annual main stage show, with freshmen directing, designing and acting in the production.
“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.For ten years after school ended, regardless of heat, rain or snow, I would make the same seven-minute walk home.
The connection between an author and translator is an unusual one; both seek to tell the same story through different languages.
Event: This is Princeton: 2016
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I just joined an eating club, and I’m already excited about all the new friends I’m making!
1. Eat all the chocolate your mom sent you.
2.Read a stupid E-card your great aunt sent you.
Potential NJ Transit strike to interfere with Spring Break travel, not the first time NJ Transit has let us down
PPPL researchers receive grant to use supercomputer, don't receive permission to make Skynet self-aware
Student-faculty relationships to be prohibited under new U.
“No pain, no thoughts.” Ensemble members echo this haunting line in Princeton Shakespeare Company’s recent production of Heiner Müller’s “Hamletmachine.” A post-modern, one-act play basedroughly on Shakespeare’s tragedy, “Hamletmachine” was written in 1977 Soviet-ruled East Berlin.
This week, Street considers the history of bicker, the process of admitting new members at selective eating clubs.
Princeton University Concerts may be soon approaching its 125th anniversary, but its new concert series nicknamed “PUC125” is all about trying something innovative and experimental that breaks away from the traditional classical concert format.
“The vagina becomes a site for women’s empowerment and individuality among women,” Olivia Robbins ’16 said, in reference to the play she is co-directing with Azza Cohen ’16, Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues.”Ensler, the play’s author, interviewed over 200 women about the female experience and compiled them into her 1996 play.
We thought winter would never come. But then it did. This Intersession, winter came with a vengeance — and serendipitously, there was not a snow day in sight.The forecast for Winter Storm Jonas was announced during the last week of fall finals, alerting students to the first heavy snow of the school year and forcing Floridians, such as myself, to quickly book flights back home before the storm arrived.
“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.Let’s jet across the pond to one of the most famous streets in London: Piccadilly.
Theater: Lewis Center for the Arts presents Sophocles' "Elektra"Watch one of the world's oldest and greatest plays in a Lewis Center senior performance that breathes new life into a tale of revenge and familial tragedy.
1. Snowed in.
2. Netflix and "chill" — with snow.
4.Watching "The Shining" on Netflix, becoming paranoid.
Third Wintersession offers many classes to students, "Jonas: The IMAX 4D Winter Experience" among them
Updated: Snowstorm strikes campus the one week without school
Historical Society of Princeton opens farm, reenacts historic Princeton agri-"culture"
Princeton town to make Unicycle Master Plan with Schwinn input
USG to initiate hoverboard share program, work on telling fewer Nickelback jokes for Lawnparties
First round sign-in ends, ICC not releasing numbers but the truth is out there
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.
“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.[Bridge Year Program] Noun.
A University-sponsored nine-month program that gives incoming freshmen the opportunity to travel and live in a foreign country, speak the local language and engage in community-based service work.To be a Bridge Year alumnus is to be a conscious and thoughtful witness in this world.
“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.
Architect Toshiko Mori once said, “More than any other city, Tokyo demonstrates that ‘city’ is a verb and not a noun.” I was able to see for myself what she was talking about when I took a trip to Tokyo over fall break.