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As an ode to Valentine's day this week, The Street interviewed four random students on campus to get a glimpse of what makes Princeton students feel loved. We received a variety of responses, which range from family and friends to a cup of Campbell’s tomato soup.
This week, while most students are preoccupied dreaming up their own Valentine’s Day wishes or plans, I took the time to sit down with professor Suzanne Staggs and lecturer Jason Puchalla to talk about being a married couple in the Princeton bubble.
On January 27, President Trump signed an executive order that limited the entry of any refugee awaiting resettlement in the U.S for 120 days.
Coming from Beijing, I grew up in what Chinese people would
call a “dayuan.” Translated directly, it means “big courtyard”. It specifically
refers to a kind of self-sufficient residential community for retirees from state-owned companies or the military.
Guadalajara!” is the opening line of one of Mexico’s most famous mariachi
songs, and is also the official hymn of my hometown.
Lately, departing the whirlwind of college has felt like a return to childhood.
I’m biking down the familiar cobblestone pavement of the medieval downtown area of Münster, Germany.
For many students, Princeton’s campus becomes like a second home. Through the four years, campus transitions from being an undiscovered site to a comforting bubble where fun and work intersect.
If you were to take out a world map, search for the little sweet-potato-shaped green dot to the right of China, beneath Japan and South Korea, and point at its lower half section, you’d find my hometown – Kaohsiung, Taiwan. When people think of Taiwan, most commonly they think of Taipei, our capital.
Dear Sexpert,I normally let my pubic hair grow naturally and give it a trim every now and then. But lately, I’ve been thinking about getting it all removed. When I talked to my friends about it, we couldn’t decide on the best hair removal process. Is it better to wax or shave down there? Are there any drawbacks to removing the hair?
The electric tune of “Doses and Mimosas” fills the room. The atmosphere is relaxed and vibrant, with a chalkboard welcoming newcomers into the space and indie music broadcasting from speakers.
“Probably the most dangerous thing about a college education, at least in my own case, is that it enables my tendency to over-intellectualize stuff, to get lost in abstract arguments inside my head instead of simply paying attention to what's going on right in front of me,” Mica O'Brien '17 stated during the Open Mic Night hosted last week by the Pace Council for Civic Values. O’Brien was quoting David Foster Wallace, an American novelist.
This week, the Street decided to ask a variety of Princeton students about their thoughts on giving and “giving back.”The Daily Princetonian: When you hear the phrase “giving back,” what comes to mind?
Here are five things you can do to give back to your community and leave 2016 on a high note.Take a look down at the list below and see what works best for you — there’s something for everyone!
This Intercession, the Pace Center for Civic Engagement will be providing opportunities for students who aren’t formally involved with any volunteering group on campus to meet local members of the community and serve in the Princeton area.
The Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education’s newly created entrepreneurship certificate may at first seem like an example of Princeton University’s awareness.
October 18, 1966 marks a special day in the annals of Princeton. On that day, musicians on campus held their breath for the arrival of a special guest - Russian composer, pianist and conductor Igor Stravinsky.
Dear Sexpert,My best friend just went in to McCosh for her routine Pap smear. Is this is something that I might need to get as well?
We live in wonderful times.
Introductions have never been my strong suit. I get too excited about meeting someone new, so caught up in the moment that small yet significant details like someone’s name fly past me.