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The equal of two evils

This past Saturday, as I was getting dressed to go out, I heard indecipherable shouts coming from outside (call it luck of the first floor). I was waiting for my own pickups, so naturally my roommates and I dashed to the common room window to get a better look.

OPINION | 09/23/2013

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Lancing the bubble

In sufficiently complex economies (i.e., anything but a colonial "cottage industry"), the essential element is specialization — an electrician might not know how to cultivate plants, but this doesn’t practically worsen the quality of the person as an electrician.

OPINION | 09/22/2013

Honor

"I pledge my honor that I have not violated the Honor Code during this examination." Since the beginning of my short Princeton career, I have written these words on every single examination I have ever taken.

OPINION | 09/19/2013

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Today I lived

Last Sunday, I arrived at Princeton Junction around 9:30 at night. On the New York platform I recognized someone: a recent alumnus standing with a distinguished-looking couple, whom I took to be his parents.

OPINION | 09/15/2013