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Trying to ask a stranger about their life story is like walking across the golf course on a sunny day: you have no right to be there, but it’s nice outside, so why not? Sometimes I get strange looks, other times old men yell at me — but then I just apologize and enjoy the walk because I’ve already gone so far, and there’s no point in turning back now. The act of trespassing is intimidating, yet imbued with a sense of childlike naivety. When I walk onto the front porch of someone else’s life and ask them a deeply personal question, I cross some boundaries, but also spark an interaction that may not have occurred otherwise.
“By virtue of the fact that 2D is the only undergraduate co-op on campus, it has been labeled as insular, even strange. But the house’s reputation is the least of its problems,” reads an article published on Feb. 20, 1983, in The Daily Princetonian.
On Jan. 27, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that limited the entry of any refugee awaiting resettlement in the U.S for 120 days. According to the Department of Homeland Security, “For the next 90 days, nearly all travelers, except U.S. citizens, traveling on passports from Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Iran, Somalia, Libya, and Yemen will be temporarily suspended from entry to the United States.”
The ever-elusive “space” is a word spoken into a great expanse of hopes and fears and delusions: “safe spaces,” “inclusive spaces,” “open spaces,” “green spaces,” “learning spaces.” In this space, words float around abstractly, almost effortlessly, seemingly without the weight of any gravity; appearing to be a distant glimmer of an idea, a once bright and assuring light, which — without much definition — easily fades into obscurity.
Azza Cohen ’16, Ella Cheng ’16 and Justin Ziegler ’16 were selected as the finalists for this year’s Young Alumni Trustee.
The Program of Archaeology was approved as a certificate in Monday's faculty meeting, according to Program Director Nathan Arrington '02.
Eight students received the 2016 Spirit of Princeton Award awarded by the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students.
Every day, the dining services staff of the residential colleges is hard at work feeding a vast proportion of the campus' student population. This week in Street, Senior Writer Andie Ayala ’19 interviews three members of the dining hall staff at Rockefeller-Mathey College Dining Hall, with an interest in their work, their lives and passions.
At a lecture on Wednesday, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and filmmaker Jose Antonio Vargas explored how to develop empathy and understanding in an increasingly diverse country.
Following Monday’s release of the Wilson Legacy Committee’s report, many members of the University community expressed that the decisions of the University Board of Trustees, especially the decision to keep the name of Woodrow Wilson, Class of 1879, on the Wilson School and the Wilson College, were not a surprise.
It’s a late Saturday afternoon and while making the long-delayed trek to CVS, your stomach begins to growl incessantly, as if punishing you for the seemingly eternal stretch between brunch and dinner on the weekend. You try to hush it with the smashed apple shoved at the bottom of your backpack — but alas, a mere apple was not enough to quiet the ravenous monster that is a college appetite. You need something heftier, something more flavorful and fulfilling, yet not quite enough to constitute as a meal.
The University recently implemented the Department Academic Planning Form as the new system through which rising juniors and seniors across all departments select fall courses and meet with academic advisors, according to Christina Davis, faculty chair of the Wilson School's Undergraduate Program.
The Class of 2016 Class Day Committee announced Monday morning that the speaker for this year’s Class of 2016 Day will be novelist Jodi Picoult ’87.
A team of four University researchers and one member of the U.S. Ice Drilling Program traveled to Alan Hills, Antarctica as part of an expedition drill for the oldest ice core.
Undergraduate and graduate studentshave written two petitionsand personal letters to university administration and department heads in protest of the non-renewal of Michael Barry’s contractto teach at the university as an experienced lecturer in the Department of Near Eastern Studies next academic year.
More than 370 students participated in the "Princeton Feminists" photo campaign last week, which occurred during late meal hours from Feb. 22 to Feb. 26. The campaign was organized by members of the fall Pace Center Breakout Trip "Sex, Sexism and Sexuality in the 21st Century."
University professors David Spergel and N. Jeremy Kasdin will be leading the newest NASA space telescope project as adjutant scientists of the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope, which is estimated to be launched in 2024, according to the website for mechanical and aerospace engineering.
Twenty-two University affiliates have signed a letter addressed to Dean of the Wilson School Cecilia Rouse and President Christopher Eisgruber '83 to protest the talk by Álvaro Uribe Vélez, former president of Colombia.
Some University Graduate students organized a protest on Friday in solidarity with India’s Jawaharlal Nehru University where Kanhaiya Kumar, the president of the school’s Students' Union, was arrested by the police under charges of sedition.