Age of the activist, the speed of our times - Opinion
| April 19, 2013Through online activism, we use a resource that accommodates to our fast-paced, busy schedules. We show that our “voicing of thoughts” can be done as fast as the events we try to address. By being active online, we bring out people from a multitude of disciplines, and get them to work together. The inevitable outcome is innovation because it is at the intersection of all these different areas that change can occur.
A day without the Internet - Opinion
| April 07, 2011Unlimited and ubiquitous Internet access has provided many academic and social benefits to Princeton undergraduates, but along with all of these benefits come a host of disadvantages as well.
The Internets - Opinion
| March 02, 2011Now, we’ve come full circle by arguing that technology itself — in particular, the Internet — is the revolution. But this argument seems to be more a myth than a fact.
Everything in moderation - Opinion
| December 09, 2010Students who feel embarrassed sharing their problems with their friends or don’t wear their hearts on their sleeves can find an audience with other Princetonians on PrincetonFML, maybe the same friends whom they can’t approach personally. There’s a certain catharsis that you can experience when you get to express your woes, and a vindication that you feel when others sympathize or empathize with you.
Editorial: Lecturing to a wider audience - Opinion
| October 04, 2010
Not everyone is lucky enough to attend this university, but that does not mean that those who do not study here cannot be given the opportunity to take advantage of some of Princeton’s intellectual wealth. Providing online access to lectures and course materials for a small fee would allow the University to provide this public good in a budget-neutral way. The University should initiate this program with all reasonable haste and make available as many lectures as is practical.