Los Angeles-based R&B singer/songwriter Tinashe will headline fall 2017 Lawnparties. The biannual day of musical performances, also referred to as LWNPRTYS MMXVII, will take place on Sunday, Sept. 17.
In a letter to the White House on Aug. 30, University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 implored President Donald Trump to continue the current form of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, also calling upon the President to shield DACA from any future court challenges. Eisgruber’s letter comes on the heels of the Sept. 5 deadline that ten state attorney generals have given Trump to either dissolve the program or have it challenged in court, a CNN Politics report explains.
“I want to get the crowd unbelievably hype,” said DJ Relley Rozay, the student headliner for spring Lawnparties, when asked what he was most looking forward to about his performance on May 7.
Jane Cox, Director of the Program in Theatre and senior lecturer in theatre, was nominated for a Tony Award in the category Best Lighting Design of a Play on Tuesday, May 2, according to the official Tony Awards website.
Sir Gilbert Levine ’71 is an American conductor whose work has been featured on stages around the world and on television in various PBS concert specials. He has garnered the nickname “the Pope’s Maestro” for his enduring friendship with Pope John Paul II. In addition to his musical recordings, several profiles on his life have been broadcast internationally, including a recent feature on 60 Minutes. A film screening of Levine’s travels and performances, followed by a Q&A, will take place in McCormick 101 on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
“Senior year is a phenomenal time, and senior year is what people are going to remember for the rest of their lives," McGhee said. "There are so many milestones that occur during your senior year, and I think it’s very important to have a very cohesive, very strong, and very friendly class government that is planning events throughout the entire year."
The connections between social engagement and art were evident as the Student Advisory Board hosted its annual Inspiration Night in the Princeton University Art Museum Thursday evening.
The Daily Princetonian spoke with theater professor Stacy Wolf about her recently received Guggenheim Fellowship and her work in theater both with the University and outside of it.
The Daily Princetonian sat down with two members of the Princeton University Figure Skating Club, Sophia Chen ’19 and Rachel Marek ’17, to learn about their backgrounds and experiences with skating on campus.
Mark Beissinger, the Henry W. Putnam Professor of Politics, is one of the recipients of the 2017 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship.