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Courtesy of Tiffany King

King discusses her upcoming spring seminar “Black and Indigenous Feminist Survival and Experimentation in the Americas,” her work within the intersecting fields of Black, Native/Indigenous, and Feminist studies, and her 2019 book “The Black Shoals: Offshore Formations of Black and Native Studies.” 

King discusses her upcoming spring seminar “Black and Indigenous Feminist Survival and Experimentation in the Americas,” her work within the intersecting fields of Black, Native/Indigenous, and Feminist studies, and her 2019 book The Black Shoals: Offshore Formations of Black and Native Studies. 


Joshua Angrist in his office.
Mahya Fazel-Zarandi / The Daily Princetonian

Economics Nobel laureate Joshua Angrist GS ’89 discusses causal inference, his time at Princeton

Joshua Angrist GS ’89 was awarded the 2021 Nobel Prize in Economics. He won half of the prize jointly with Guido Imbens “for their methodological contributions to the analysis of causal relationships.”

Joshua Angrist GS ’89 was awarded the 2021 Nobel Prize in Economics. He won half of the prize jointly with Guido Imbens “for their methodological contributions to the analysis of causal relationships.” 

NEWS | October 27

David Card, from his interview with U.C. Berkeley about his reception of half of the 2021 Nobel prize in economics
By Roxanne Makasdjian and Alan Toth for the University of California, Berkeley / Wikimedia Commons

Nobel-Prize-winning economist David Card GS ’83 discusses labor markets and Princeton influences

A graduate alumnus and former University faculty member, David Card was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences “for his empirical contributions to labor economics.” He sat with the ‘Prince’ to discuss his prize, his career, and Princeton’s influence on his work.  

A graduate alumnus and former University faculty member, David Card was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences “for his empirical contributions to labor economics.” He sat with the ‘Prince’ to discuss his prize, his career, and Princeton’s influence on his work. 

NEWS | October 14

Courtesy of Naaji Hylton

Naaji Hylton ’22 discusses music influences and upcoming Lawnparties performance

Senior Writer Gabriel Robare speaks with Naaji Hylton ’22 (J. Paris) about his musical influences, sources of inspiration, and expectations for his upcoming performance at Fall Lawnparties 2021.

Senior Writer Gabriel Robare speaks with Naaji Hylton ’22 (J. Paris) about his musical influences, sources of inspiration, and expectations for his upcoming performance at Fall Lawnparties 2021. 

THE PROSPECT | September 28

Po-Shen Loh GS '10
Photo courtesy of Po-Shen Loh

Q&A with Po-Shen Loh GS ’10, mathematics professor and COVID-19 app developer

In a video interview, Loh spoke with The Daily Princetonian about his unique teaching style, how math instruction in America might be improved, and NOVID, his pandemic-response app.

In a video interview, Loh spoke with The Daily Princetonian about his unique teaching style, how math instruction in America might be improved, and NOVID, his pandemic-response app.

NEWS | September 23

Courtesy of Cassandra James

Saturnia Arts founders give behind-the-scenes look at their organization

Founded by two sisters during the COVID-19 pandemic, Saturnia Arts connects artists with people who want art, whether for themselves or others. Senior Writer for The Prospect Cathleen Weng sat down with Cassandra James ’23 and Kate James to discuss their experience creating and running the project.

Founded by two sisters during the COVID-19 pandemic, Saturnia Arts connects artists with people who want art, whether for themselves or others. Senior Writer for The Prospect Cathleen Weng sat down with Cassandra James ’23 and Kate James to discuss their experience creating and running the project.

THE PROSPECT | September 22

Photo courtesy of Ron Miasnik

A conversation with Ron Miasnik ’22, Co-founder and CEO of Adora

Last week, it was announced that the Princeton student-led platform Adora had been acquired by Full Measure Education, a higher-education focused technology company. Daybreak sat down with CEO Ron Miasnik ’22 to talk about the process and learn his advice for other aspiring entrepreneurs.

Last week, it was announced that the Princeton student-led platform Adora had been acquired by Full Measure Education, a higher-education focused technology company. Daybreak sat down with CEO Ron Miasnik ’22 to talk about the process and learn his advice for other aspiring entrepreneurs.

PODCAST | May 2

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The Princeton School of Public Policy and International Affairs (SPIA).
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Professor Rory Truex ’07 on America’s scientific exchange with China

In light of the charges against an MIT faculty member, assistant professor Rory Truex ’07 — who specializes in Chinese politics and theories of authoritarian rule — discussed the United States’ educational relationship with Chinese citizens.

In light of the charges against an MIT faculty member, assistant professor Rory Truex ’07 — who specializes in Chinese politics and theories of authoritarian rule — discussed the United States’ educational relationship with Chinese citizens.

NEWS | April 1

Jac Schaeffer ’00, creator of Marvel’s “WandaVision”
Peter Yang / Courtesy of Jac Schaeffer

“WandaVision” creator Jac Schaeffer ’00 discusses Princeton connections, sitcom inspiration, and female representation

The creator, head writer, and executive producer behind Marvel’s “WandaVision,” Jac Schaeffer ’00, sits down with the ‘Prince’ to describe her journey from Princeton to working on the most popular TV series in the world.

The creator, head writer, and executive producer behind Marvel’s “WandaVision,” Jac Schaeffer ’00, sits down with the ‘Prince’ to describe her journey from Princeton to working on the most popular TV series in the world.

THE PROSPECT | March 11

Jay Katsir ’04.
Courtesy of Jay Katsir

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 | February 9

Cover art courtesy of Janielle Dumapit

Q&A with Janielle Dumapit ’23 on her EP and inspiration behind it

Janielle Dumapit ’23 released her extended play (EP), “Rose Colored Glasses,” on Jan. 30. Dumapit, a concentrator in the School of Public and International Affairs, wrote, performed, produced, and distributed the EP by herself. The Daily Princetonian sat down with her to discuss her songwriting process and the EP release.

Janielle Dumapit ’23 released her extended play (EP), “Rose Colored Glasses,” on Jan. 30. Dumapit, a concentrator in the School of Public and International Affairs, wrote, performed, produced, and distributed the EP by herself. The Daily Princetonian sat down with her to discuss her songwriting process and the EP release. 

THE PROSPECT | January 31

USG Presidential candidates discuss key issues before voting begins

The 'Prince' sits down (separately) with this year's candidates for Undergraduate Student Government President to discuss their platforms, the role of USG in decision-making, and their individual experiences handling some of the key issues of the past year.

The 'Prince' sits down (separately) with this year's candidates for Undergraduate Student Government President to discuss their platforms, the role of USG in decision-making, and their individual experiences handling some of the key issues of the past year.

NEWS | 11/23/2020