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A new study, co-led by Professor Sarah-Jane Leslie, found that women were more likely to experience imposter syndrome in fields that value “brilliance.”

A new study, co-led by Professor Sarah-Jane Leslie, found that women were more likely to experience imposter syndrome in fields that value “brilliance.”


Founded by two sisters during the COVID-19 pandemic, Saturnia Arts connects artists with people who want art, whether for themselves or others. Senior Writer for The Prospect Cathleen Weng sat down with Cassandra James ’23 and Kate James to discuss their experience creating and running the project.

Founded by two sisters during the COVID-19 pandemic, Saturnia Arts connects artists with people who want art, whether for themselves or others. Senior Writer for The Prospect Cathleen Weng sat down with Cassandra James ’23 and Kate James to discuss their experience creating and running the project.



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According to Enterprise Carshare’s website, rental rates at the Princeton University campus locations start at just $5/hour or $40/day, with fuel, insurance and parking costs included. 

According to Enterprise Carshare’s website, rental rates at the Princeton University campus locations start at just $5/hour or $40/day, with fuel, insurance and parking costs included. 


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“As students adjust to this new environment, their thoughts and feelings offer a unique perspective on the University’s transition as a whole. With this in mind, I sat down with three members of the Class of 2024 and spoke with them about their past year.”  

“As students adjust to this new environment, their thoughts and feelings offer a unique perspective on the University’s transition as a whole. With this in mind, I sat down with three members of the Class of 2024 and spoke with them about their past year.” 


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Inci Karaaslan / The Daily Princetonian

“When I tell people that I want to be a doctor, most of the responses I get focus on the clinical and scientific aspects of the job. I’m keenly aware of the fact that I’m viewed as one of those pillars of science and logic — someone who is simply providing the next diagnosis, seeing the next patient, filling out the next chart. But as I’ve learned from this pandemic, it is the resilience, dedication, and paramount concern for the greater good that keeps that pillar standing strong.” 

“When I tell people that I want to be a doctor, most of the responses I get focus on the clinical and scientific aspects of the job. I’m keenly aware of the fact that I’m viewed as one of those pillars of science and logic — someone who is simply providing the next diagnosis, seeing the next patient, filling out the next chart. But as I’ve learned from this pandemic, it is the resilience, dedication, and paramount concern for the greater good that keeps that pillar standing strong.” 


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