Inciting violence - Opinion
| April 17, 2013
“You are a terrorist.”
The line lingers at the end of DAM’s impassioned rap; angry, hurt but also dangerously violent. DAM, meaning “immortal” in Arabic and “blood” in Hebrew, is a Palestinian hip-hop trio who recently performed at Princeton University. The group’s breakout single, “Min Irhabi” (“Who’s the Terrorist?”), which amassed over a million downloads in its first month, justifies terrorism and child violence with heartbreaking frustration.
CJL meets to take official Israel stance - News
| March 07, 2011
The Center for Jewish Life moved closer to defining its policy on Israel-related issues at a student board meeting forum on Sunday night in an effort to clarify the relationship between the campus’ Jewish religious organization and the political objectives central to its mission, members of the CJL explained.
More bang for your Yen - News
| December 13, 2010While numerous Princeton students have experienced life abroad, Josh Shulman ’13 is one of the few who have written a book about it. Shulman, who is 25 and speaks four languages, published a 70-page guide to Japan, titled “All-You-Can Japan: Getting the Most Bang for Your Yen,” in November.
Professors concerned by recent cable leaks - News
| December 03, 2010Following the highly publicized leak of classified U.S. diplomatic cables Sunday, University scholars have added their voices to the chorus of those saying that the release poses risks to American diplomacy efforts.
Hummus matters - Opinion
| November 29, 2010We believe that only through international pressure will Israelis be able to make the difficult decisions that will ensure Israel’s long-term existence. It is through this kind of effort that South Africans were able to end apartheid, and there is little reason to believe that it would not work just as well in this case.