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For all the tigers’ teachers

“In my case, in the hardest of moments, it has been a teacher’s outstretched hand that has pulled me out and forward. I can think of so many little moments — moments so small I wonder if they even registered as consequential for them but were seismic for me.”

“In my case, in the hardest of moments, it has been a teacher’s outstretched hand that has pulled me out and forward. I can think of so many little moments — moments so small I wonder if they even registered as consequential for them but were seismic for me.”

THE PROSPECT | May 25

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The experience at the Maruichi market

“However, as of late, Maruichi Japanese Food & Deli has blessed Princeton with its gracious presence, presenting students who are sick of Frist sushi with a slice of authentic Japanese cuisine.”

“However, as of late, Maruichi Japanese Food & Deli has blessed Princeton with its gracious presence, presenting students who are sick of Frist sushi with a slice of authentic Japanese cuisine.”

THE PROSPECT | May 18

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Reflecting on French toast and memory

“In this sense, I am afraid of the “Breezy Point effect,” or that the joyful memories and personal connections from this year will exist only in my memories. In other words, I am worried about losing the wonderful people that I have met and no longer having the chance to create more experiences with them”

“In this sense, I am afraid of the “Breezy Point effect,” or that the joyful memories and personal connections from this year will exist only in my memories. In other words, I am worried about losing the wonderful people that I have met and no longer having the chance to create more experiences with them.”

THE PROSPECT | May 11

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Princeton on ice: a review of the Princeton Figure Skating Club’s homage to the decades

Contributing Writer for The Prospect Anthony Nathan describes his experience watching the “Skating Through the Decades” show by Princeton University’s Figure Skating Club. 

Contributing Writer for The Prospect Anthony Nathan describes his experience watching the “Skating Through the Decades” show by Princeton University’s Figure Skating Club. 

THE PROSPECT | May 4

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Rain and spread out venues don't dampen Princeton’s Porchfest

The Princeton Porchfest is a great way to explore both the local music scene and the town of Princeton. However, I would recommend planning in advance for the best experience, especially in the case of a bad weather forecast. 

The Princeton Porchfest is a great way to explore both the local music scene and the town of Princeton. However, I would recommend planning in advance for the best experience, especially in the case of a bad weather forecast. 

THE PROSPECT | May 4

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DJ duo Ziff & Griff talk dirty raves, Charter, and nightlife

"We want to play some songs that are somewhat recognizable, but we want to try to expand this campus’ musical palette a little bit and play music that you might not know but we know you can dance to. You will enjoy it, and it has the elements you're looking for."

"We want to play some songs that are somewhat recognizable, but we want to try to expand this campus’ musical palette a little bit and play music that you might not know but we know you can dance to. You will enjoy it, and it has the elements you're looking for." 

THE PROSPECT | April 30

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Starting with the chaos: An interview with Michael Garcia, the mind behind 'Acero'

“I wanted the processing of the work to not be limited to the theater, but to be extended to their own lives and to live on in their memory,“ said Michael Garcia ‘23.

“I wanted the processing of the work to not be limited to the theater, but to be extended to their own lives and to live on in their memory,“ said Michael Garcia ‘23.

THE PROSPECT | April 27

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Find your study space: A review of all seven residential college common rooms

Contributing Prospect writer, Jessica Wang, ranks and reviews all seven residential college common rooms. Read more to discover what she calls the “Goldilocks” of common rooms. 

Contributing Prospect writer, Jessica Wang, ranks and reviews all seven residential college common rooms. Read more to discover what she calls the “Goldilocks” of common rooms. 

THE PROSPECT | April 27

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Farewell to Forbes

“It has been a privilege to be part of it for the past four years. To those still here, treasure it. It is not too late to make lifelong friendships and memories. And when you eventually move on, you will bring with you more than just sweatshirts.”

“It has been a privilege to be part of it for the past four years. To those still here, treasure it. It is not too late to make lifelong friendships and memories. And when you eventually move on, you will bring with you more than just sweatshirts.”

THE PROSPECT | April 26

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The Princeton University Orchestra sweeps the stage with powerful performance

Even though the musicians sound professional, practice religiously, and perform in spectacular venues, they are still a campus organization and therefore a community. The quiet giggles between pieces and the heartfelt exchanges with seniors were a clear reminder of their close-knit group. 

Even though the musicians sound professional, practice religiously, and perform in spectacular venues, they are still a campus organization and therefore a community. The quiet giggles between pieces and the heartfelt exchanges with seniors were a clear reminder of their close-knit group. 

THE PROSPECT | April 24

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The best of both worlds at Princeton Bhangra

“Princeton Bhangra, Princeton’s South Asian cultural dance group, held their fourth annual performance on the nights of April 13 and 15 in Frist theater. The 90-minute-long show, titled ‘Kitaab: Let the stories unfold,’ featured six energetic dance numbers, complete with vivid costumes and props.”

“Princeton Bhangra, Princeton’s South Asian cultural dance group, held their fourth annual performance on the nights of April 13 and 15 in Frist theater. The 90-minute-long show, titled ‘Kitaab: Let the stories unfold,‘ featured six energetic dance numbers, complete with vivid costumes and props.”

THE PROSPECT | April 23

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Understanding Korea's history and ancestors' stories: Kyung-sook Shin's reading ‘I Went Home to See my Father’

Contributing writer Macy Kwon covers the speaker event where Korean writer Kyung-Sook Shin read passages from her new book about “about the discovery of a father's life through the hauntings of trauma and the afterlives of war which fall as familial inheritances.”

Contributing writer Macy Kwon covers the speaker event where Korean writer Kyung-Sook Shin read passages from her new book about “about the discovery of a father's life through the hauntings of trauma and the afterlives of war which fall as familial inheritances.”

THE PROSPECT | April 20

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Powerful francophone cinema being screened at the Princeton French Film Festival

Contributing writer Ayse Basak Ersoy previews and reviews the francophone films that are being screened by the French and Francophone Society of Princeton University in the upcoming weeks. 

Contributing writer Ayse Basak Ersoy previews and reviews the francophone films that are being screened by the French and Francophone Society of Princeton University in the upcoming weeks. 

THE PROSPECT | April 18

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Asian delights: Exploring the wonders of Ani Ramen, Mochinut, and MTea

As part of “exploring the wonders of Nassau Street,“ Assistant Editor Russell Fan reviews some newly opened places in town that serve an array of Asian-cuisine dishes and snacks.

As part of “exploring the wonders of Nassau Street,“ Assistant Editor Russell Fan reviews some newly opened places in town that serve an array of Asian-cuisine dishes and snacks.

THE PROSPECT | April 18

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The Jupiter Ensemble’s Concert: A New Champion for Baroque Vocal Music

Desandre effortlessly sang challenging trills and virtuosic ornaments at pianissimo dynamics, and her seamless crescendos across phrases and unwaveringly long, sustained notes were equally noteworthy. 

Desandre effortlessly sang challenging trills and virtuosic ornaments at pianissimo dynamics, and her seamless crescendos across phrases and unwaveringly long, sustained notes were equally noteworthy. 

THE PROSPECT | April 17

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‘King of the Yees’: Using humor to embrace the Asian-American identity

“The lanterns faintly illuminated Berlind Theatre just as they had illuminated the consciousness of identity for Lauren Yee, daughter of the King of the Yees.”

“The lanterns faintly illuminated Berlind Theatre just as they had illuminated the consciousness of identity for Lauren Yee, daughter of the King of the Yees.”

THE PROSPECT | April 13