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Spring days at Princeton: A photo essay

Students spent the last weeks of class enjoying the outdoors, with surprise movie star sightings to round it all out. The Class of 2026 visited campus for the first in-person Princeton Preview in three years. 

Students spent the last weeks of class enjoying the outdoors, with surprise movie star sightings to round it all out. The Class of 2026 visited campus for the first in-person Princeton Preview in three years.  

VISUAL ESSAY | April 19

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Podcast | What can vocal marmosets tell us about human development?

In this episode of The Highlights, show host Thiago Tarraf Varella discusses his research on pre linguistic vocal learning in marmosets, and what this can tell us about human vocal development.

In this episode of The Highlights, show host Thiago Tarraf Varella discusses his research on pre-linguistic vocal learning in marmosets, and what this can tell us about human vocal development. 

PODCAST | April 4

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This Week in Photos: Spring has sprung

This week, students spent time outdoors in the spring weather, Sinfonia performed a concert in the Rockefeller College common room, and men’s lacrosse secured a win against the University of Pennsylvania.

This week, students spent time outdoors in the spring weather, Sinfonia performed a concert in the Rockefeller College common room, and men’s lacrosse secured a win against the University of Pennsylvania. 

VISUAL ESSAY | March 22

Toni Morrison Daybreak

A universe described in invisible ink: Discussing Toni Morrison books bans with Prof. Anne Cheng

Toni Morrison’s novels have been the subject of book bans for decades. Today, we look at why her books are a target and how their censorship impacts the U.S. education system.

Toni Morrison’s novels have been the subject of book bans for decades. Today, we look at why her books are a target and how their censorship impacts the U.S. education system.

PODCAST | February 27

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‘He was both a resident of a reasonably small town and also a global citizen’: Q&A with Professor Michael Gordin on Albert Einstein

A look at “how Einstein's life can help us understand an extremely turbulent period of world history ... how he managed to touch upon and influence a large number of different intellectual, political and scientific movements.”

A look at “how Einstein's life can help us understand an extremely turbulent period of world history ... how he managed to touch upon and influence a large number of different intellectual, political and scientific movements.”

NEWS | February 25

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Labs, lectures, and libraries: STEM spaces in the Orange Bubble

Princeton has long been a powerhouse for STEM innovation and research. Explore our photo essay to see where students in science, technology, engineering, and math learn and work. 

Princeton has long been a powerhouse for STEM research. Explore our photo essay to see where students in science, technology, engineering, and math learn and work. 

PROJECTS | February 24

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This Week in Photos: Sunny Days Ahead

This week, students ventured outside more as the weather continued to warm up, Naacho performed, and the women's ice hockey team went head to head against Yale University.

This week, students ventured outside more as the weather continued to warm up, Naacho performed, and the women's ice hockey team went head to head against Yale University. 

VISUAL ESSAY | February 22

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Influencing w/ Gabby Carter

In this episode of Go With the Flo, Gabby and Folarin discuss her YouTube page and scholarship advice, the first Black Ivy Vacation, all things High School Musical, transitioning to life after graduation, and much more.

In this episode of Go With the Flo, Gabby and Folarin discuss her YouTube page and scholarship advice, the first Black Ivy Vacation, all things High School Musical, transitioning to life after graduation, and much more.

PODCAST | February 22

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Love Day w/ Flo Donald and Joe Wolfin

In this Valentine’s Day episode, Flo and Joe discuss the start of their relationship, the difficulties of starting Princeton as a couple, how their Valentine’s Days have evolved over the years, who should shoot their shot first, and much more!

In this Valentine’s Day episode, Flo and Joe discuss the start of their relationship, the difficulties of starting Princeton as a couple, how their Valentine’s Days have evolved over the years, and much more!

PODCAST | February 14

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This Week in Photos: February 1–8

This week, students continued to walk to class in wintery weather, a cappella groups held performances, and guest speaker Hasan Minhaj visited Richardson Auditorium to discuss history, politics, and culture in the context of the 2022 election cycle.

This week, students continued to walk to class in wintery weather, a cappella groups held performances, and guest speaker Hasan Minhaj visited Richardson Auditorium to discuss history, politics, and culture in the context of the 2022 election cycle. 

VISUAL ESSAY | February 8

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Draft Day w/ Kevin O’Toole

In this episode, we chat with Kevin O’Toole ’22, who was recently drafted to the MLS by NYCFC, about balancing finishing out his Princeton degree with professional responsibilities, whether senior theses should be mandatory, Ronaldo versus Messi, and much more! 

In this episode, we chat with Kevin O’Toole ’22, who was recently drafted to the MLS by NYCFC, about balancing finishing out his Princeton degree with professional responsibilities, whether senior theses should be mandatory, Ronaldo versus Messi, and much more! 

PODCAST | February 7