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Kayla Hamilton and x tackle disability justice through movement-driven performance

Contributing writer Allison Jiang reports on the intersection between disability and the arts, as presented in Kayla Hamilton and x’s performances at the Lewis Arts Complex.

Contributing writer Allison Jiang reports on the intersection between disability and the arts, as presented in Kayla Hamilton and x’s performances at the Lewis Arts Complex.

THE PROSPECT | November 1

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From hidden to happy: On not fitting in, being myself, and Season 1, Episode 5 of ‘Modern Family’

Avery Danae Williams, contributing writer for The Prospect, frames a self-essay about fitting in with an episode of “Modern Family.”

Avery Danae Williams, contributing writer for The Prospect, frames a self-essay about fitting in with an episode of “Modern Family.”

THE PROSPECT | October 30

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I see you and learn how to be

“I want to know how people do it. How do people wake up and put their feet on the ground and do what they do like it’s nothing at all? How are people doing this thing that is living? I look out my window and see.”

“I want to know how people do it. How do people wake up and put their feet on the ground and do what they do like it’s nothing at all? How are people doing this thing that is living? I look out my window and see.”

THE PROSPECT | October 26

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10 best Halloween movies, shows, and songs to make your week extra spooky

“It’s the ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ of Halloween. It’s everything.” Check out these spooky movies, shows, and songs to get in the Halloween spirit.

“It’s the ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ of Halloween. It’s everything.” Check out these spooky movies, shows, and songs to get in the Halloween spirit.

THE PROSPECT | October 25

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A graduate student’s guide to group fitness

“There are many reasons to attend group fitness classes offered through Campus Rec. Importantly, they are fun and free for students. Because group fitness classes are at a set time, they add some structure to your life, which is especially important in during post-general-exam life.”

“There are many reasons to attend group fitness classes offered through Campus Rec. Importantly, they are fun and free for students. Because group fitness classes are at a set time, they add some structure to your life, which is especially important in during post-general-exam life.”

THE PROSPECT | October 23

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First-year imposter syndrome, rejection cycles, and living in the moment

“Success is not limited to current achievements; it also encompasses future endeavors that I can build for myself.” Contributing writer Russell Fan comes to terms with rejection in a self essay about trying to find an extracurricular to join.

“Success is not limited to current achievements; it also encompasses future endeavors that I can build for myself.” Contributing writer Russell Fan comes to terms with rejection in a self essay about trying to find an extracurricular to join.

THE PROSPECT | October 13

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Student thesis play “Affecting Expression” explores letting go and unearthing identity

The play, written by Eliana Cohen-Orth ’21, directed by Eliyana Abraham ’23 for her directing thesis, and featuring Rosemary Paulson ’23 for her acting thesis, was presented in Wallace Theater from Oct. 7 through Oct. 9.

The play, written by Eliana Cohen-Orth ’21, directed by Eliyana Abraham ’23 for her directing thesis, and featuring Rosemary Paulson ’23 for her acting thesis, was presented in Wallace Theater from Oct. 7 through Oct. 9.

THE PROSPECT | October 13

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Too much Styles, not enough substance: “Don’t Worry Darling” review

“With such a compelling twist and heart-racing finale, simple competency in other aspects of the production would have made for an above-average film. Alas, this was too much to ask,” writes Wilson Conn in a review of the latest USG offering at the Princeton Garden Theatre.

“With such a compelling twist and heart-racing finale, simple competency in other aspects of the production would have made for an above-average film. Alas, this was too much to ask,” writes Wilson Conn in a review of the latest USG offering at the Princeton Garden Theatre.

THE PROSPECT | October 13

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In anticipation of love

“From the distance we see in each other, love emerges.” Contributing writer Kyung Eun Lee reflects on finding love and community through solitude and struggle.

“From the distance we see in each other, love emerges.” Contributing writer Kyung Eun Lee reflects on finding love and community through solitude and struggle.

THE PROSPECT | October 11

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In ‘The Wolves,’ adolescence collides with adulthood under the lights and on the field

“‘The Wolves’ — subtly and then all at once — depicts how teenagers come into their own. In a chaotic collision of sports and grief and intense anxieties, viewers watch as these soccer players become who they will be.”

“‘The Wolves’ — subtly and then all at once — depicts how teenagers come into their own. In a chaotic collision of sports and grief and intense anxieties, viewers watch as these soccer players become who they will be.”

THE PROSPECT | October 11

Anticipatory articulation: Q&A with curator and artists of “Anticulation”

“It is a call back in time to express gratitude and wonder at the foresight of these incredible figures who articulated themselves even when those around them were uninterested because they anticipated me, they anticipated the audience that came out to this show, they anticipated a world that might lend an attentive ear.”

“It is a call back in time to express gratitude and wonder at the foresight of these incredible figures who articulated themselves even when those around them were uninterested because they anticipated me, they anticipated the audience that came out to this show, they anticipated a world that might lend an attentive ear.”

THE PROSPECT | October 11

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The story behind “The Woman King”: an interview with politics professor Leonard Wantchekon

The Daily Princetonian spoke with economics professor Leonard Wantchekon about his involvement with “The Woman King,“ a new film about a group of all-female warriors from the West African kingdom of Dahomey.

The Daily Princetonian spoke with economics professor Leonard Wantchekon about his involvement with “The Woman King,“ a new film about a group of all-female warriors from the West African kingdom of Dahomey.

THE PROSPECT | October 9

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Tierra y memoria

“To see land and memory intertwined, the physical world and our experience of it, is perhaps one of the greatest lessons my communities have taught me.”

“To see land and memory intertwined, the physical world and our experience of it, is perhaps one of the greatest lessons my communities have taught me.”

THE PROSPECT | October 9

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‘What is America? Who is America?’: Q&A with Art Museum curator Mitra Abbaspour

“In collecting contemporary Indigenous art, I may have set out to complicate the definition of what America is, but I certainly have learned and continue to learn the ways that my own identity and education as a US citizen has structured a worldview that is only one way of seeing history.”

“In collecting contemporary Indigenous art, I may have set out to complicate the definition of what America is, but I certainly have learned and continue to learn the ways that my own identity and education as a US citizen has structured a worldview that is only one way of seeing history.”

THE PROSPECT | October 9

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Marianne Nicolson on Indigenous art, community, and visibility

“Nicolson’s art questions the material emphasis of a capitalist society. She explained that Indigenous artists have been pushed to commodify sacred and culturally significant art to satisfy consumer markets.” Contributing writer Isabella Dail reports on the art and archeology department’s artist conversation with Marianne Nicolson of Musgamakw Dzawada’enuxw First Nations.

“Nicolson’s art questions the material emphasis of a capitalist society. She explained that Indigenous artists have been pushed to commodify sacred and culturally significant art to satisfy consumer markets.” Contributing writer Isabella Dail reports on the art and archeology department’s artist conversation with Marianne Nicolson of Musgamakw Dzawada’enuxw First Nations.

THE PROSPECT | October 9

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Back to the B floor

Head Prospect Editor José Pablo Fernández García reflects on the calm and stability that Firestone Library’s B floor brings him, after all these years.

Head Prospect Editor José Pablo Fernández García reflects on the calm and stability that Firestone Library’s B floor brings him, after all these years.

THE PROSPECT | October 6

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Existence, in theory and in practice

“What I do on my Fridays has little bearing on my Tuesdays, and vice versa, yet I’ve found that it’s only through the dichotomy of these dual existences that I can be all of myself.” Contributing Prospect writer Joshua Yang reflects on balancing the theoretical, abstract world of philosophy and the concreteness of reality.

“What I do on my Fridays has little bearing on my Tuesdays, and vice versa, yet I’ve found that it’s only through the dichotomy of these dual existences that I can be all of myself.” Contributing Prospect writer Joshua Yang reflects on balancing the theoretical, abstract world of philosophy and concreteness of reality.

THE PROSPECT | October 6