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This Side of Princeton: Dining Hall Workers

While trying to scrub off a dried ketchup stain from the tub in the dish room on a Friday night, I start to reflect on my life choices so far and wonder why I am in a dish room, on a Friday night, scrubbing off dried ketchup from a tub.

Q & A: Dr. Kerri Danskin of CPS group counseling

Group counseling gives students the opportunity to receive support from professionals and fellow students while also discussing a wide range of issues that students might encounter while at the University. Current groups include Cupcakes and Connections for first-generation college students, a group revolving around Family Dynamics, and the Race, Culture, & Identity Post-Election Support.

New Beginnings: Spring

Spring: the season of new beginnings. When warmth comes back from hibernation, sunbeams emerge from dark clouds, and birds sing from the twigs of blossoming trees ... at least that’s what it used to be like. But we now seem to face the ugly truth: spring is not the promise of a new beginning anymore — no, spring is the promise of apocalypse. Does that sound too cynical to be true?

Entrances and exits

At Princeton, entrances and exits are perhaps the most overlooked influence on a student’s time on campus, leaving a lasting imprint on all of its alumni.