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“It is one of our goals to offer our students a diverse range of dance perspectives and traditions to wrestle with physically and artistically,” said Susan Marshall, director and lecturer of dance at Princeton, in reference to the Princeton Dance Festival.
This past weekend Envision, Princeton’s resident futurist club, hosted its first annual conference covering the bleeding edge of scientific research and innovation.
This coming Spring, students will have the opportunity to travel to Cuba with the class, 'Cuban Biopolitics: Gender, Race, and Sexuality in the Long Twentieth Century,' taught by Adrian Lopez Denis.
Six years ago, Professor Bryan Just and a team of 10 students embarked on a journey to Chiapas, Mexico as part of the seminar course ART 468: Art and Politics of Ancient Maya Courts.
As you sit in the back of a cab, the repeating pattern of buildings and street vendors rush by you; old colonial palaces surrounded by sprawling art deco department stores, high-rise buildings that attempt to mimic the stature of the Empire State Building, a Parisian-inspired Opera House.
Day 1 in the Deep South: It is hot.
You find that the city of Venice is hot and loud in the summertime, but the heat and the noise here are different -- it’s more organic and more human.
I left Princeton post-reunions on an early morning Dinky in the first week of June, bringing with me a small green suitcase and a day-old hangover.
As we enter the twilight stages of fall, coats, hats, knits, boots, and patterned scarves are yet again broken out of our closets.
its advent in the 19th century,
photography has become increasingly prevalent in people’s daily lives, pushing
traditional modes of representation such as portraiture into relative
I guess that was it for this year.
“I actually saw Once alone on a student rush ticket, just on a random day when I happened to be in New York City,” Sam Gravitte ’17 said.
Most Princeton students would say that they have been to the Princeton University Art Museum (PUAM) at least once for a variety of reasons.
Teresa Irigoyen-Lopez and Tess Jacobson, both of whom work at the Women*s Center, started Princeton’s own Bechdel Film Club this year to give students the opportunity to watch and discuss films that pass the Bechdel Test.
On the Tuesday afternoon of Nov. 15, Princeton students, faculty and community members gathered at the Lewis Center for the Arts or the Visual Arts program’s annual Open Studio event.
“If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” – George OrwellThe first amendment of the American constitution acknowledges freedom of speech as an unalienable right; a right that is fundamental to the functioning of a democratic society.
This week we honor people, without whom, Princeton University would not be able to function. Introducing the people who take out our trash, clean our floors, and stock our bathrooms: the leading custodians of Wilson College, Mohamed Flites and Cecilio Orantes.Mohamed FlitesThe Daily Princetonian: Where is your hometown?MF: My hometown is in North Africa, about 60 miles south of Algiers.
Words resonate with us in different ways and have the ability to move us deeply. In line with the theme of words this week, The Street interviewed students about quotes that inspired and motivated them in Princeton.
“The famous line is- my mother first moved, when she first moved to Hawaii she just HATED it- she used to say her line was, ‘another goddamn day in paradise, because the weather was always the same.’ Another goddamn day in paradise.
Whether you are a seasoned pro or simply a tutu aficionado, Princeton University Ballet invites you to participate in their PUB 101 beginner ballet class on Saturday, Nov.