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On proms, past and present

“The sights and sounds of a high school dance bumped up against the walls of the mansion as contemporary music clashed with nineteenth-century architecture. Welcome to Redemption Prom.”

“The sights and sounds of a high school dance bumped up against the walls of the mansion as contemporary music clashed with nineteenth-century architecture. Welcome to Redemption Prom.”


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Growing up with instant noodles

“Instant noodles will always have a special place in my heart.” Senior Writer Albert Lee revisits the  roles instant noodles have played in his life and that of his family.

“Instant noodles will always have a special place in my heart.” Senior Writer Albert Lee revisits the  roles instant noodles have played in his life and that of his family.


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The Nightly Princetonian: How Princeton students go to sleep

Staff Writer Albert Lee speaks to seven Princeton undergraduate about their nightly routines, discovering a wide range of habits that reflect the difficulty of balancing life and work as a student.

Staff Writer Albert Lee speaks to seven Princeton undergraduate about their nightly routines, discovering a wide range of habits that reflect the difficulty of balancing life and work as a student.


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Princeton Glee Club performs in third Hand in Hand concert

The free event, which took place in Richardson Auditorium, consisted of a performance from Princeton students and sets from the Harvard and Yale Glee Clubs. The concert was a collaborative effort between the three universities to raise money for the nonprofit “Save the Music,” which funds public school music programs in New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.

The free event, which took place in Richardson Auditorium, consisted of a performance from Princeton students and sets from the Harvard and Yale Glee Clubs. The concert was a collaborative effort between the three universities to raise money for the nonprofit “Save the Music,” which funds public school music programs in New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.


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Life on campus for a ’24

“As students adjust to this new environment, their thoughts and feelings offer a unique perspective on the University’s transition as a whole. With this in mind, I sat down with three members of the Class of 2024 and spoke with them about their past year.”  

“As students adjust to this new environment, their thoughts and feelings offer a unique perspective on the University’s transition as a whole. With this in mind, I sat down with three members of the Class of 2024 and spoke with them about their past year.” 


 
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Antoni Muntadas speaks on fear in the 21st century for the Program in Media and Modernity

In his virtual talk on Feb. 23 for the Program in Media and Modernity, Muntadas spoke about how fear manifests in the media and the built environment. His presentation covered several of his works, each of which seeks to elucidate our relationship with fear. 

In his virtual talk on Feb. 23 for the Program in Media and Modernity, Muntadas spoke about how fear manifests in the media and the built environment. His presentation covered several of his works, each of which seeks to elucidate our relationship with fear. 


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