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Salam Fayyad served as the prime minister of the Palestinian Authority from 2007 to 2013. Now a professor in the School of Public and International Affairs, he talks to the ‘Prince’ about campus discourse, free speech, and student life — but not the politics of Palestine itself.

Salam Fayyad served as the prime minister of the Palestinian Authority from 2007 to 2013. Now a professor in the School of Public and International Affairs, he talks to the ‘Prince’ about campus discourse, free speech, and student life — but not the politics of Palestine itself.


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PSAFE aims to connect with students through ‘community caretaking canine’

“It’s a start of a relationship with Public Safety,” said Detective Sergeant Al Flanders on how his furry partner Coach bridges the gap between community members and PSAFE. A beloved sight on campus, the Labrador Retriever works hard to destress students everywhere from McCosh infirmary to zee group events.

“It’s a start of a relationship with Public Safety,” said Detective Sergeant Al Flanders on how his furry partner Coach bridges the gap between community members and PSAFE. A beloved sight on campus, the Labrador Retriever works hard to destress students everywhere from McCosh infirmary to zee group events. 

FEATURES | April 16

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‘You’re not you when you’re hangry’: Michael Kim ’23 toys with FreeFood listserv

Michael Kim ’23 has contributed to the FreeFood listserv 63 times since making his first appearance on Aug. 25. Kim has become a prominent member of the FreeFood community through his curious prose and mischievous photo attachments. He spoke with the ‘Prince’ on his thoughts on conditionally free food and trolling.

Michael Kim ’23 has contributed to the FreeFood listserv 63 times since making his first appearance on Aug. 25. Kim has become a prominent member of the FreeFood community through his curious prose and mischievous photo attachments. He spoke with the ‘Prince’ on his thoughts on conditionally free food and trolling.

FEATURES | 04/13/2023

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Dr. Jonathan Lee Walton reflects on his path to becoming first Black and first Baptist Seminary President

Following changes to Princeton Theological Seminary’s bylaws, Dr. Jonathan Lee Walton returns to his alma mater as the first Baptist and first Black president in its history. “It is beautiful, it is wonderful, to have this opportunity to give back to an institution and a community that have given me so much. It’s hard for words to describe,” said Walton. 

Following changes to Princeton Theological Seminary’s bylaws, Dr. Jonathan Lee Walton returns to his alma mater as the first Baptist and first Black president in its history. “It is beautiful, it is wonderful, to have this opportunity to give back to an institution and a community that have given me so much. It’s hard for words to describe,” said Walton. 

FEATURES | 04/06/2023

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Hot girls read Eve Babitz: TikToker Hailey Colborn ’22 blends reading and pop culture

Explorations into literature, fashion and media inspired Hailey Colborn ’22’s creation of Hot Literati, a growing online Tik Tok community. Through her TikTok channel, she unpacks issues like girlhood, femininity, body image, and more.

Explorations into literature, fashion and media inspired Hailey Colborn ’22’s creation of Hot Literati, a growing online Tik Tok community. Through her TikTok channel, she unpacks issues like girlhood, femininity, body image, and more.

FEATURES | 03/10/2023

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‘Juggling in the nation’s service': the Princeton Juggling Club

“As long as we’re making people laugh, I think we’re doing a good job, even if we mess up.” The Princeton Juggling Club offers light-hearted comedy and silliness to its members and audiences.

“As long as we’re making people laugh, I think we’re doing a good job, even if we mess up.” The Princeton Juggling Club offers light-hearted comedy and silliness to its members and audiences.

FEATURES | 02/09/2023

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‘That’s why I’m here at Princeton’: Gustavo Blanco-Quiroga ’25 serves home community in Bolivia through Pace Center grant

As a winner of Projects for Peace — a Pace Center program that awards $10,000 to University undergraduates to pursue service projects around the world — Blanco-Quiroga used the funding to start the Chacha Emprende Project, a two-pronged approach to bringing education and resources back to his Aymara Indigenous community in Bolivia.

As a winner of Projects for Peace — a Pace Center program that awards $10,000 to University undergraduates to pursue service projects around the world — Blanco-Quiroga used the funding to start the Chacha Emprende Project, a two-pronged approach to bringing education and resources back to his Aymara Indigenous community in Bolivia.

FEATURES | 10/09/2022

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With candles, choreography, and colorful strip lights, a student-led spin class gets a community active

In a Dillon Gym studio, Caroline Kirby ’23 leads fully-booked spin classes each week. Designed to welcome Princeton students of all ability levels, Kirby’s popular classes have formed community on campus for those interested in staying active. “I love [spinning] because it gives me a space to let out any stress I have, just through a really fun 45 minute class,” Kirby said.

In a Dillon Gym studio, Caroline Kirby ’23 leads fully-booked spin classes each week. Designed to welcome Princeton students of all ability levels, Kirby’s popular classes have formed community on campus for those interested in staying active. “I love [spinning] because it gives me a space to let out any stress I have, just through a really fun 45 minute class,” Kirby said.

FEATURES | 03/31/2022

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From performance to non-profit: Camryn Stafford ’23 and the Turning Tables Project

In her sophomore year of high school, Camryn Stafford ‘23 had the idea for the Turning Tables project as a way to address the racial inequities she observed in the dance world. What started as a one-off dance show has since grown into a recognized 501(c)(3) charitable organization working to increase visibility and resources for dancers of color. 

In her sophomore year of high school, Camryn Stafford ‘23 had the idea for the Turning Tables project as a way to address the racial inequities she observed in the dance world. What started as a one-off dance show has since grown into a recognized 501(c)(3) charitable organization working to increase visibility and resources for dancers of color. 

FEATURES | 12/07/2021

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‘Anyone, anywhere can tell a story’: Rev. Dean Theresa Thames on storytelling, community, and rap aspirations

Reverend Theresa Thames, Associate Dean of Religious Life and of the Chapel, is known for bringing compassion and humor to her work at the University. A self-proclaimed storyteller, she shared her experiences bringing people together before and during the pandemic, and how she navigates being “unapologetically feminist and black and queer” in the church. And she’s not stopping there: she’s also an aspiring rapper, barber, and social media influencer.

Reverend Theresa Thames, Associate Dean of Religious Life and of the Chapel, is known for bringing compassion and humor to her work at the University. A self-proclaimed storyteller, she shared her experiences bringing people together before and during the pandemic, and how she navigates being “unapologetically feminist and black and queer” in the church. And she’s not stopping there: she’s also an aspiring rapper, barber, and social media influencer. 

FEATURES | 10/04/2021

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Harvesting hemp, analyzing blood, and ‘being an adult’: Tigers take on the pandemic gap year

The Daily Princetonian spoke with five admits and current students about their decisions to take gap years, where that’s taken them, and what they’ve learned. 

The Daily Princetonian spoke with five admits and current students about their decisions to take gap years, where that’s taken them, and what they’ve learned. 

FEATURES | 03/25/2021

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Jeanette Beebe ’14 on COVID-19 journalism, poetry, and “how to be terrible”

Jeanette Beebe ’14 is a journalist focused on healthcare and technology. She spoke to The Daily Princetonian about her time at Princeton, her career in health journalism, and her process for covering COVID-19 in a local context. 

Jeanette Beebe ’14 is a journalist focused on healthcare and technology. She spoke to The Daily Princetonian about her time at Princeton, her career in health journalism, and her process for covering COVID-19 in a local context. 

FEATURES | 03/07/2021

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Jay Katsir ’04, Colbert comedy writer, wants to make some noise post-pandemic

Features Staff Writer Anna Salvatore sat down with Jay Katsir ’04, a head writer for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, to talk about writing amidst chaos and trying to elicit laughs on a muted Zoom, and to discuss his hopes for a return to in-person ‘explosion[s] of joy.’

Features Writer Anna Salvatore sat down with Jay Katsir ’04, a head writer for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, to talk about writing amidst chaos and trying to elicit laughs on a muted Zoom, and to discuss his hopes for a return to in-person ‘explosion[s] of joy.’

FEATURES | 02/09/2021