Head to Ivy Club on Sunday because its spring Lawnparties act, Gazzo, is bound to smooth away all your worries and stress with hypnotic tunes. Originally from Hoboken, N.J., but raised in Baltimore, Md., Gazzo is a producer and DJ extraordinaire known for his EDM tracks that incorporate multiple genres.
Alexander Quetell ’17 is an art and archaeology concentrator from Rochester, Mich. He is a member of the diSiac Dance Company and has been holding movement workshops every Friday night this year, open to the whole University community. The Daily Princetonian sat down with Quetell to discuss the inspiration behind these workshops, as well as the power of movement and dance.
This week, the Street took the time to explore the Princeton Portraits Project, which was overseen by Debbie Bazarsky, manager of Diversity and Inclusion in Human Resources.
The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is the community service organization that encourages students to connect with the communities around them, by combining the attitudes for service and learning. This week on Street, in the theme of being in and out of Princeton, Street decided to interview Simran Mathews ’18, Charlotte Reynders ’19, and Kyle Lang ‘19, who serve as the coordinators of some of the community service projects at Princeton, to learn how they balance their lives at the University with their engagement with outside communities.
For the members of the Jewish community, the Center for Jewish Life is much more than a place to eat.
In Princeton, its easy to justify being too busy, too stressed or simply too tired to even consider being romantically engaged on Valentine’s Day.