As the fencing season starts up, The Daily Princetonian caught up with junior sabrist Michael Wiest to talk about domination, festive rugs and the end of "The Notebook." Q: Where are you from, and what is it like there? A: I'm from Portland, Ore., and it's a wonderful place filled with magic. Q: How did you get into fencing? A: It was an after-school program at my school, and I was just pretty dominant at it, so I kept doing it. Q: If you could be a professional athlete, what sport would you play? A: NBA.
As the women’s volleyball season comes to a close, Cara Mattaliano is just getting started in her college career: The freshman outside hitter has earned two Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors and is ranked second in the Ivy League in kills per set with 3.39.
DiAndre Atwater and Lavondre Nelson are sophomore running backs on the football team. Hailing from Atlanta, Ga., Atwater and Nelson have combined for nearly 200 yards of rushing in the Tigers’ first two games of the season.
With the Ivy League championships for fencing coming up this weekend, the ‘Prince’ sat down with freshman Anna Van Brummen, who fences epee, to learn a little bit about life as a fencer and ask the age-old burning question of whether she’s ever met her long-lost twin in the process. Q: Where are you from and what is it like there?A: I’m from Houston, Texas.