There is something truly disappointing about the notion that even though I voted along party lines for Bob Menendez as a Democrat, I only did so because I saw him as the lesser of two evils compared not to Bob Hugin ’76 but to Donald Trump.
I do not believe there will ever be a mythical “silver lining” to a condition that is asphysically, emotionally, mentally, and financially draining as acne.
In lauding “Crazy Rich Asians” as the Holy Grail for Asians in film, we have set the bar too low. By confining its stars to playing people who are, for the most part, just a summation of their racial identities, the film leaves behind a gap in Asian representation that has yet to be bridged.
The question of whether or not Princeton can be morally justified in having an offshore account hinges on how willing we are to give primacy to the claims of the “goods” provided by the endowment over an evaluation of the endowment’s necessity and efficacy in producing such benefits.
I affectionately joke about the small community living in my Wilson basement being a nudist colony. Despite our limited interaction as nearly strangers, my dorm neighbors and I still have a healthy sense of platonic camaraderie when it comes to accepting the unintended consequences of living with members of the opposite sex in tight quarters.
Rather than trying to “sell” Princeton and build up freshman year as the best time of our lives, the University needs to give equal weight to demystifying the unspoken struggles of the freshman experience.
In our words of disagreement, we can at least choose to exercise a little human empathy for our neighbors and fellow community members to maintain cordiality.
I’ve been thinking about Arthur Brook’s overly simplistic article in the New York Times.
While we may safely agree that Feinstein overstepped constitutional boundaries, we can also acknowledge that the root of her concerns about the separation of church and state has yet to fully be fully addressed within our current legal system.
James Cameron’s criticism of the recent Wonder Woman film as objectifying an icon rather than celebrating feminism is perfectly valid.