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I am a friend of Wonshik Shin ’19. During the week of December 19 last year, I was privileged to have the opportunity to meet and accompany his parents during their visit to Princeton. I am also writing this letter on their behalf to clear their son’s name of the wrongful accusation that an Honor Code violation may have been related to his death.
It is common knowledge that college, and especially Princeton, is not a very accurate depiction of the real world.
The Christmas season brings out the Grinch in people. In early December I was in the Princeton University Art Museum gift shop, and a gray-haired couple next to me was looking at greeting cards.
For many Americans, the 2016 election period, as well as its aftermath, was a very emotionally turbulent affair, casting into doubt everything they thought they knew about themselves, their neighbors, and their country at that time. However, they were not alone on these tenterhooks; the non-American part of the world waited with interest, and for many families, their main source of information was the relatives they had in the U.S., who were mostly either studying or working, sojourners in a foreign land.
“You gotta sell it to snatch the Grammy.” It was Chance The Rapper who spoke these words on Kanye’s “Ultralight Beam,” and it seems now more than ever, with the recent announcement of the list of Grammy nominations for the upcoming awards ceremony in February, Chance’s rhymes prove relevant. We associate the Grammy with annual excellence in music, the quality selection of a given year’s releases, the best of the best in terms of music.
On Friday, December 9, political scientist, prominent libertarian, and American Enterprise Institute W.H. Brady Scholar Charles Murray visited the University to lecture on global basic income as part of the Future of Capitalism talk series sponsored by the PIIRS Comparative Political Economy Research Initiative.
I’m not going to lie: The only thing that got me through the week before break was the knowledge that we were close to break.
Last month, the news broke that an imprint of Simon and Schuster had inked a publishing deal for Milo Yiannopolus’s autobiography, Dangerous. He’s an editor of Breitbart News, a conservative news site that has been condemned for publishing anti-Semitic, racist, and misogynistic articles.
By Tommy ToeTake a look around any Princeton dining hall, and you’ll see eight flavors of ice cream, two dozen lettuce ingredients, four or five varieties of pizza — and one vestige of a discriminatory culture that harks back generations.I’m talking about labels.
Today my newsfeed on Facebook contained three Buzzfeed lists, four Joe Biden memes, and a slew of news based editorials dressed up with superlative click-bait titles and dubious factual content.
Holding back my yawns upon the cold New Jersey beach, I watched as the first sunlight of 2017 turned the gray waters of the Atlantic a fiery red.
My condolences to the family and friends of Wonshik Shin ’19, whom I met through Community Action during his freshman year.
Mannaseo bangawoyo.The only phrase I know, the only thing I’ll ever be able to say somewhat-authentically in Korean.
My mother, Class of 1984, told me that in her day Princeton was a largely apolitical place. I graduated with the Class of 2016, but during my four years here, I didn’t think that was true.
Nationwide, the risk of an undergraduate women experiencing sexual assault decreases from her freshman to senior year, with freshmen being about 50 percent more likely than seniors to experience such conduct.
You can chase me, but you cannot catch me; I am always runningRustling through the trees, looking into the leaves, I ﬁnd my mirrors; they reﬂect my changing seasonsI enter indoors, and on your wrists and walls, I hear it — tick, tick, tick — this ticking is my tempoWith rhythm in my core, I rush out the door, and I see you — an internal clock, a walking hourglassIn you, every grain of sand is a magical clay with which you can createYet you let it ﬂee, you’re killing me, as you procrastinateI may be eternal but you are notWhile you wrinkle and gray, I am born everydayI rise with the sun, and sink with the moonI am life’s rhythm, giving you a shoutI am TimeAnd I’m running outWhen we read this riddle and realize that time is running out, we become stressed.
I am against the sanctuary campus movement. My opinion is not bigoted; I believe that Princeton should be a safe haven for all students to receive an education regardless of their immigration status.