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Emmy-nominated movie and television actor Jonathan Majors sat down with Professor in the Humanities Paul Muldoon, who also serves as the director of the Princeton Atelier, to discuss Majors’s past roles and what the general public can expect from his upcoming movies.

Emmy-nominated movie and television actor Jonathan Majors sat down with Professor in the Humanities Paul Muldoon, who also serves as the director of the Princeton Atelier, to discuss Majors’s past roles and what the general public can expect from his upcoming movies. 


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Music and my identities: Learning from Jorge Drexler’s visit to Princeton

“I belong to all my intersecting identities: a little to them all, but to none of them entirely. It is in these shades of gray that identity can be so wonderful.”

“I belong to all my intersecting identities: a little to them all, but to none of them entirely. It is in these shades of gray that identity can be so wonderful.”

THE PROSPECT | November 21

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My rural community and the stories we tell

Contributing writer for The Prospect Noelle Carpenter reflects on coming to Princeton from a rural community. She writes that, upon encountering stereotypes, “I’ve found myself an unlikely champion, frequently arguing on behalf of a community I too had to learn to love.”

Contributing writer for The Prospect Noelle Carpenter reflects on coming to Princeton from a rural community. She writes that, upon encountering stereotypes, “I’ve found myself an unlikely champion, frequently arguing on behalf of a community I too had to learn to love.”

THE PROSPECT | November 17

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At Planted Plate, original vegan dishes and reinvented classics unite

Senior writer for The Prospect Albert Lee reviews Planted Plate, a vegan restaurant on Spring Street, and finds that it “offers a fun and eclectic perspective on vegan cuisine, with options for both first-timers and adventurous plant-based foodies.”

Senior writer for The Prospect Albert Lee reviews Planted Plate, a vegan restaurant on Spring Street, and finds that it “offers a fun and eclectic perspective on vegan cuisine, with options for both first-timers and adventurous plant-based foodies.”

THE PROSPECT | November 15

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The Cause: the days are long, but the months are short

“I love the cause. Yet I can’t help but feel that loving the cause means I have little space left for loving streaky sunsets, or the wind whipping through my hair, or autumn fading to winter.”

“I love the cause. Yet I can’t help but feel that loving the cause means I have little space left for loving streaky sunsets, or the wind whipping through my hair, or autumn fading to winter.”

THE PROSPECT | November 14

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Students reflect on first two months of Pay with Points program

Contributing Writer for The Prospect Sofiia Shapovalova interviewed several members of the Classes of 2025 and 2026 about their opinions on the new Paw Points Initiative connected to the unlimited meal plan.

Contributing Writer for The Prospect Sofiia Shapovalova interviewed several members of the Classes of 2025 and 2026 about their opinions on the new Paw Points Initiative connected to the unlimited meal plan.

THE PROSPECT | November 6

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Triangle Traces

“All this makes my last few nights in McCarter for my last Triangle premiere this weekend just that much more special. And with light, one thing that makes it so magical is how ephemeral it is.”

“All this makes my last few nights in McCarter for my last Triangle premiere this weekend just that much more special. And with light, one thing that makes it so magical is how ephemeral it is.”

THE PROSPECT | November 3

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An ode to Halloweekend

“Getting ready is the most essential part of a Halloween party. Whether you just throw on an oversized shirt and boxers for a low effort but utterly classic “the guy from Risky Business” or you don full-fledged face makeup, green hair, and purple suit for the Joker, getting ready is the time to get into character. You are no longer you.”

“Getting ready is the most essential part of a Halloween party. Whether you just throw on an oversized shirt and boxers for a low effort but utterly classic “the guy from Risky Business” or you don full-fledged face makeup, green hair, and purple suit for the Joker, getting ready is the time to get into character. You are no longer you.”

THE PROSPECT | November 3