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Sanjana Duggirala


The magnetic draw of Princeton

Fall break generally brings feelings of joy and excitement at the prospect of flying home to reunite with family on the other side of the country. For me, fall break meant driving a town and a half over. My hometown, East Windsor, is only twenty minutes away from campus.

U. student app that redefines finding food launches Friday

Fota, a student-created app that allows users to rank and choose restaurants based on photos of food, will launch on Nov. 10. “When you open Fota, you see a stream of photos from restaurants around you,” said the app’s creator and CEO Kevin Zhang ’19. “All these photos are ranked by users who upvote and downvote them, kind of like Yik Yak or Reddit.”

Those Itty Bitty Little Things

Like a fish out of water.  That’s how I felt when I came to Princeton. Out of place. I know most people usually feel this way as freshmen, but coming from a super tiny high school (with a class size of 27) where I knew everyone, I started off the year questioning whether or not I would ever feel comfortable here, or belong here.