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“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.
Listen, Nick, we both know I have not exactly earned a spot on the Nice List this year.
Princeton 3D Printing is a student organization that aims to make 3D printing technology available to the Princeton community.
Event: Princeton Winter MarketIt’s the first Princeton Winter Market of the year!
1. Nomad Pizza roasting on an open fire
2. Jeff Nunokawa nipping at your nose
3. Yuletide carols being sung by Tigertones
Princeton files plan for 446 units of affordable housing, wait, something will be affordable in Princeton?
USG discusses ways to decrease student voter apathy during elections
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.
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.Daily Princetonian: Why is the show called “Legend,” and what makes it unique?Alexandra Loh ’17: Our shows in the past have been: You pick a general word like “Heist” or “Rush” or “On the Edge” where there’s no real story that lends itself to it, even though you can still fit pieces under the 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.
Pride Alliance is a community building organization for LGBTQA+ people on campus.
Tilghman to join nefarious-sounding but equally prestigious-sounding Harvard Corporation
Music: Princeton University Orchestra presents “December 2015 Concerts”Get your classical fix this Thursday and Friday with PUO, who will be playing Schubert’s Symphony No.
It’s “winter.” So dress “warmly.” Like that ice sculpture will melt.
Dear Sexpert,My partner and I are starting to get pretty serious.
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!
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.
President Barack Obama announced the restoration of diplomatic relations with Cuba last December, but if you’d like to visit Cuba before the embargo potentially ends, then take ART 466: Havana: Architecture, Literature and the Arts.
Unlike many of the other trip-based classes offered next semester, SPA 327: Latino Global Cities isn’t going abroad, but to another corner of the United States: Puerto Rico.
To get to one of the most beautiful places on Earth, you have to drive through hell.