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The Daily Princetonian


I’ll begin with the most ironic part of this article — that to remind myself to write it, I emailed myself with the title in the subject line.

OPINION | 09/10/2014

The Daily Princetonian

Blaming women

If the Internet were a physical form, the darkest and slimiest grottos would be home to Reddit. Reddit has compiled and contributed to the world some of the most heinous pictures and comments, including subcommunities called: beatingwomen, jailbait, and most recently TheFappening.

OPINION | 09/09/2014

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The limitations of privacy

It was a bright cold day in May, and the clocks were striking 14-and-a-half, as a crowd full of Princeton students, alumni, teachers and relatives filtered into McCosh 50 yesterday to hear the panel “Big Brother is Watching: Is Privacy a Thing of the Past or Can It Be Reclaimed?” moderated by Princeton professor Ed Felten.

OPINION | 05/30/2014

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Research and real life

The Alumni-Faculty Forums are perhaps the most undervalued part of Reunions. These panel-led discussions capitalize on the wealth of backgrounds and bodies of knowledge that Princetonians bring to the table to discuss some of the most pressing and most intriguing issues we face today.

OPINION | 05/30/2014

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More than the one percent

Recently, Princeton has been the subject of bad press. Our most noted alumni include a First Lady who refuses to come to campus, a controversial senator who may have led a government shutdown and Susan Patton (whom I have no words to describe). To the media and general public, Princeton University is diseased — and not just by bacterial meningitis.

OPINION | 05/08/2014

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Speaking up

Editor’s note: The author of this column was granted anonymity due to the intensely personal nature of the events described. Preface: The brave columnist who wrote on April 30 inspired me to be courageous.

OPINION | 05/06/2014