At some point in their first year of college, all students wish they were somewhere else. Anywhere else.And at that point, some fraction of students decides that even the prestige of the University's seal on that diploma isn't worth the long, rocky road it takes to obtain it.After all, Princeton students have class years tacked on the end of their names until the end of time, whether they complete a triumphant march out FitzRandolph Gate or not.Never fear.
It was 11 p.m. and the polls had just closed on the West Coast. Thousands gathered at the steps of the statehouse in Little Rock to await the appearance of the man just elected the 42nd President of the United States.The 'Prince' was there.It was late in the evening when the helicopters circling overhead indicated that something was amiss in Princeton.
From feminist plays to poetry readings to dance performances to roaring musicals, Princeton has it all for the attentive "culture vulture."Performing arts at Princeton include a wealth of activities, but one of the areas with the widest participation is theater.Two student-run theater groups, Triangle Club and Theatre-Intime ? pronounced "onteem" ? have long traditions of putting on entertaining and engaging dramatic productions.During Orientation Week, Triangle Club presents a collage of some of its best numbers from recent years in a show that has become a Princeton tradition.