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Career Search: Summer Internship Fair & Nonprofit Fair Find the TigerTracks website too daunting?
Break out, sympoh urban Arts Crew?s seventh annual show, proves the true extent of break-dancing talent available on Princeton?s campus.
It used to be that my biggest problem regarding laundry was running out of clean underwear. For a lot of us, college is the first time we have to do our own laundry; a chance to learn how to properly separate loads and to determine which cycle on the dryer will heat our clothes to a steamy 105 degrees and which one will leave them soaking.
Inspired by my parents, who have just joined the Social Network.
Room draw will be here before you know it. With all the options available on campus, how will you know what to look for?
Are you feeling touchy or pessimistic? Do you have difficulty getting up
Street defends the indefensible.
House of Cupcakes on Witherspoon Street plans to open several franchises in the coming months. Though the exact number of new locations has not been settled, there are plans in the works to have franchises in the Bronx, Manhattan and East Brunswick.
Street caught up with director, Reena Glaser ’14, to find out more about BAC Drama's riveting production of Elton John and Tim Rice's timeless musical.
I knew the odds were stacked against us, but I chose to believe him anyway. First loves tend to suspend reality like that.
One year ago, Audrey was hosed after bickering Tower. “It definitely sucked,” Audrey admitted, referencing the first few weeks after being hosed. But Audrey doesn’t seem to harbor any resentment or regret about her spring Bicker experience. She re-bickered Tower this past fall and said she is now a proud member. “When you fall bicker, you don’t miss out on anything. You miss a few meals here and there, but as soon as you [get in], you’re a full member,” Audrey said. “I don’t feel a difference between people who got in during the spring or the fall.”
The Freshman One Act Festival, presented by Theatre Intime, explores feelings of love, joy, hopelessness and longing.
Using Snapchat, I could interact with my friends without leaving the comfort of my room.
This week, she discusses blood donation.
1) “Hey, have you heared about the Harvard cheating scandal?”
Annie Tao shares with us the Holy Grail of study seclusion, the Mellon Library Alcove, and Lakshmi Davey takes us to the funky nirvana that is Infini-T.
This week, we have theater, music and guerrilla warfare.