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First things first, I’m not afraid to admit I like Iggy Azalea’s music. I jam to her aggressive lyrics about pageantry (see “Murda Bizness” music video), female empowerment (note the “Kill Bill”allusions in her “Black Widow” video), and her rise against poverty (see “Work”). But when it comes to questions of how her identity affects the entire rap industry as a genre, I am less certain.
The world has been watching Paris, and when Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu told the Jews of France “the state of Israel is your home,” the world understood what he implied: Flee, for you know you are not welcome in France.
When I first came to Princeton, I was convinced there must be a secret underground archery team. I had talked to numerous campus officials, administrators and even students who told me “It sounds familiar” or “I think I’ve heard of them”, and foolish pre-frosh me was too naïve to realize that admissions officers were simply telling me what I wanted to hear.
As University students, we are given access to a wide array of summer internship opportunities. It’s true — we have the International Internship Program, Keller Center internships, Princeton Internships in Civic Service, and several career fairs to help students find external internships independent of these programs.
Why do public school children pledge their allegiance to “one nation under God” every morning despite America’s separation of church and state?
Most of my professors have been women.
It’s not a large majority —I have had roughly 8 female professors for every 7 male ones, but that ratio is the highest I’ve heard of among my peers.
If you know me, then you know there are few things in life that make me more uncomfortable than the prospect of singing in public.
It turns out that college students are becoming hermits, particularly freshmen.
But seriously, what with only 18 percent spending at least two to three hours per day with friends, their lives have become increasingly hermitic, according to a recent study from the University of California, Los Angeles’s Higher Education Research Institute.
Choosing to study abroad in Barcelona was one of the best decisions I could have made while at Princeton and for a number of different reasons.
We are members of Princeton’s Class of 1978 who feel it necessary to speak up about sexual assault and rape in response to the undue repeated attention the media has given to the self-proclaimed “Princeton Mom.” We believe we speak for the great majority of Princeton moms and dads, as well as alumni who do not have children, in saying rape in general — and date rape in particular — is inexcusable, rape survivors deserve our help and support and anyone who sexually assaults another person should be prosecuted legally.
Unfortunately, the Princeton name continues to be associated with the “Princeton Mom’s” views.
Over Intersession, I did not fly out to Cancun, explore the other side of the Atlantic, or even travel back home to Connecticut.
After being on a swim team for all four years of high school, I’ve become accustomed to changing in the presence of teammates, both male and female.
In a column published last month, Newby Parton ’18 described a running joke among his peers that he had considered a microaggression: the “spectacle” that peers made of his pronunciation of “wh.” He admitted to feeling ashamed of telling a friend that he thought so, but he’s technically right.
Something has been brewing inside my head for the past few months, and recently it’s come to a boil.
By the time we arrive on campus freshman fall, we’ve all been told that “the Senior Thesis is a defining aspect of the Princeton experience,” so much so that we just expect it will significantly affect our time here.
This week, we return to the Orange Bubble. Even those who did not leave Princeton over Intersession are returning to the familiar rhythm of problem sets and papers, applications and auditions, of immersion in ideas and academia.
Halfway around the world though, another community is making a very different return.
There has been a lot of talk recently about GirlCode, and the ramifications it has caused on campus.
If you ever want to see the full range of human emotion, just find the nearest Seattle Seahawks fan and ask them to relive the last minute of the Super Bowl.
I’d like to think that most people at the University know and care about the recent trial in Tennessee, in which two former Vanderbilt University students were convicted of the gang rape of a fellow student.
There are over129 million different books, according toengineers for the Google Books project.