The sky was blue, the lawn was green, and the flowers by Washington Road had bloomed into a beautiful soft pink. Last Sunday was a day of sunshine and colors, and this was especially true at Campus Club, where Princeton Disability Awareness, a student organization dedicated to disability awareness, education, and inclusion, hosted its Spring Carnival.
The intersection of physical and emotional beauty: A review of Princeton University Ballet’s "The Great Gatsby"
It was a fatal moment. It was a beautiful moment. It was one of those moments when you could foresee the destruction of something fragile, but you held your breath nonetheless. A ray of dazzling light was projected onto the right corner of the stage.
In the challenging bubble of extremely colorful Google calendars and late night dining hall studying, various campus resources help students recognize the importance of relaxation and mindfulness.
Rev. Alison Boden, dean of religious life and the chapel, said that the idea most central to the conference was friendship. “It sounds simple, but our goal is for everyone at the conference to make at least one new friend.” Throughout the conference, this idea was echoed in the sentiment that we ought to help forced immigrants as we would help a friend in need.
Coming from Beijing, I grew up in what Chinese people would call a “dayuan.” Translated directly, it means “big courtyard”. It specifically refers to a kind of self-sufficient residential community for retirees from state-owned companies or the military.
October 18, 1966 marks a special day in the annals of Princeton. On that day, musicians on campus held their breath for the arrival of a special guest - Russian composer, pianist and conductor Igor Stravinsky.
Have you imagined walking along the beach of Cyprus to appreciate the Earth’s mantle flattened out before you?