We want to explore the prospect of arts and academics, of friendship and love, of the good memories we make and the struggles as well. We want to explore the prospect of Princeton.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy some tropical tunes by Steel Drums, Cloister Inn’s spring Lawnparties act.
On a somewhat overcast day last Wednesday, the Princeton University Farmers' Market opened for the first of four times this year.
A popular study break go-to, Jammin’ Crepes is well-known to many Princeton students. What the swarms of students attending these study breaks often fail to appreciate, however, is the restaurant’s incredible atmosphere.
1. Spring break isn’t a break if it is only one week: How many times did friends from home ask what you are doing for both weeks of spring break?
At Princeton, entrances and exits are perhaps the most overlooked influence on a student’s time on campus, leaving a lasting imprint on all of its alumni.
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.
Lately, departing the whirlwind of college has felt like a return to childhood.
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.