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The sky was blue, the lawn was green, and the flowers by Washington Road had bloomed into a beautiful soft pink. Last Sunday was a day of sunshine and colors, and this was especially true at Campus Club, where Princeton Disability Awareness, a student organization dedicated to disability awareness, education, and inclusion, hosted its Spring Carnival.
The University’s Activities Fair provides admitted students with a glimpse at the different communities that exist on campus, giving them the opportunity to clearly envision what campus life could be like. Whether they decide to engage in political debates, critique creative writing, or pick apples from trees, there is a club for every admitted student to belong to.
As an admitted student, you may know that many a meme in Princeton Memes for Preppy AF Teens, the student-generated Facebook group dedicated to sharing mood-lifting JPEGs, is devoted to bursting the bubble of “prefroshian” optimism (the mind of a child is truly wonderful). By being real about everything from precept participation and eating club stereotypes to bell curves and who is really the best Ivy, we Preppy AF Teens find solace in the public acknowledgment of our many woes.
Every year, the Lewis Center for the Arts’ Princeton Arts Fellowships at are awarded to two or three promising early-career artists in any field.
This Friday, I arrived at the American Repertory Ballet and Princeton Ballet School studio at the Princeton Shopping Center about 15 minutes prior to its run-through of “Pride and Prejudice,” Douglas Martin’s full-length ballet based on the classic novel.
The Princeton Atelier program offers students the opportunity to participate in a one-time-only course in which they work with professional artists and cultivate a unique experience.
While trying to scrub off a dried ketchup stain from the tub in the dish room on a Friday night, I start to reflect on my life choices so far and wonder why I am in a dish room, on a Friday night, scrubbing off dried ketchup from a tub.
“There is no single definition of healthy masculinity,” said Duane de Four, media critic, educator, and activist.In his talk, de Four discussed healthy masculinity and allyship. He especially stressed the applicability and relevance of allyship to University social life, particularly on the Street, where Princeton's 11 eating clubs are located.
Both of Barbara Sampson's parents were doctors. When she was growing up, it was never a question of if she would become a doctor; it was a question of when. One day, her father asked her, “How about pathology?” While the branch of medical science that examines body tissue for forensic purposes may not seem appealing to some, Sampson was immediately intrigued.
Alexander Quetell ’17 is an art and archaeology concentrator from Rochester, Mich. He is a member of the diSiac Dance Company and has been holding movement workshops every Friday night this year, open to the whole University community. The Daily Princetonian sat down with Quetell to discuss the inspiration behind these workshops, as well as the power of movement and dance.
Since the dawn of civilization, humans have come together to fight for eternal glory. In days long past, it has been decided at gladiator fights, duels, and dinner with the in-laws. Last week, University students added their annual contribution to the list: the Princeton Dodgeball Tournament.
It was a fatal moment. It was a beautiful moment. It was one of those moments when you could foresee the destruction of something fragile, but you held your breath nonetheless.A ray of dazzling light was projected onto the right corner of the stage.
Have you considered taking more classes to deal with the stress from your current classes? Of course, these aren’t just any classes; Campus Recreation offers many fantastic group fitness classes to help you stay fit, healthy, and, ideally, stress-free.
Group counseling gives students the opportunity to receive support from professionals and fellow students while also discussing a wide range of issues that students might encounter while at the University. Current groups include Cupcakes and Connections for first-generation college students, a group revolving around Family Dynamics, and the Race, Culture, & Identity Post-Election Support.
The Daily Princetonian sat down with two members of the Princeton University Figure Skating Club, Sophia Chen ’19 and Rachel Marek ’17, to learn about their backgrounds and experiences with skating on campus.
“It’s the most authentic Chinese food I’ve ever had,” said a student customer at Noodle House.
Dear Sexpert,I recently started watching porn while masturbating and have found that I really enjoy it.
A popular study break go-to, Jammin’ Crepes is well-known to many Princeton students. What the swarms of students attending these study breaks often fail to appreciate, however, is the restaurant’s incredible atmosphere.
You always remember your first. Forbes Sunday brunch, that is. I had heard all the stories, from the infamous chocolate fountain and its ability to inspire love and spark excitement in even the most jaded of upperclassmen, to the long lines (for omelets) that were second only to those of the DMV.Within the first few days of my becoming a Forbesian, I learned from the head of Forbes himself, Professor Michael Hecht, that the proper defense to any Forbes-directed bashing was “It’s worth the walk!” or more often, the simple and straightforward two-word retort: “Sunday brunch.” Somehow, the latter would silence the opponent, as they wracked their brain trying to belittle the institution of Forbes Sunday brunch with snipes about the less-than-opportune location or the maze-like black hole better known as the Annex. The cloud of mystery and intrigue shrouding this particular portmanteau was enough to make me set an alarm, just to make sure I wouldn’t miss even a second of the magic.
“Who in their right mind would find octopus appetizing?” said my 10-year-old self when I was brought to a restaurant and promptly presented with a plate of pulpos a la gallega, a Spanish dish consisting of octopus and potatoes seasoned with coarse sea salt, paprika, and olive oil.