“I learned how to practice journalism from other students on the ‘Prince.’ I'm somewhat old-school in that I think journalism is a trade and you work at it and you hope to have really good editors that pass on their knowledge and work on your writing and that's the way you learn how to be a journalist.”
Jeongmin “JM” Cho ’21, the student behind the Instagram account @lonelycovidtiger, opens up about documenting campus life amid COVID-19. “I hope we will be looking back and be able to appreciate the things that we may have otherwise taken for granted — simple things like being able to be with one another, hug your friends, and express appreciation.”
Adamson’s work focuses on understanding how somatic cells respond to DNA damage and mutations. Her lab hopes to achieve an understanding of how DNA damage affects cells as a whole, as opposed to past approaches that focus on individualized mechanisms of cell responses.
In the first installment of Tiger Tots, the Daily Princetonian interviews Annabel and Rosemarie Luijendijk, the six-year-old twin daughters of Professor of Religion and Head of Wilson College, AnneMarie Luijendijk.
“Whether it's energy, whether it's insurance, whether it's medical, I'm always someone that's been on the side of consumers versus the big people,” said Sean Shaw ’00, the 2018 Democratic nominee for Attorney General of Florida, when he sat down with The Daily Princetonian.