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"Orlando" at PUAM exhibition

Princeton Art Museum presents ‘Orlando,’ guest-curated by Tilda Swinton

Open from Dec. 4 to Jan. 23, “Orlando” presents a collection of photographic work that considers the gender and physicality of the human body, drawing on the eponymous film’s own story about liberation from gender and social norms. Tilda Swinton, the film’s star, guest-curated the exhibition.

Open from Dec. 4 to Jan. 23, “Orlando” presents a collection of photographic work that considers the gender and physicality of the human body, drawing on the eponymous film’s own story about liberation from gender and social norms. Tilda Swinton, the film’s star, guest-curated the exhibition.


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Princeton a cappella returns to campus after a two-year hiatus

Gideon McFarland ’22 said that while Old NasSoul lost a lot during the pandemic, the time away gave the group space to evaluate itself and think intentionally about how to move forward: “I think it'll be a great year of new music and exciting performances and we can't wait to share it all with the campus community.”

Gideon McFarland ’22 said that while Old NasSoul lost a lot during the pandemic, the time away gave the group space to evaluate itself and think intentionally about how to move forward: “I think it'll be a great year of new music and exciting performances and we can't wait to share it all with the campus community.”


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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.


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A look behind the scenes of “REACTIVATING MEMORY, ‘Shuffle Along’ and the Tulsa Race Massacre: A Centennial Symposium”

In honor of two centennial anniversaries, the Lewis Center for the Arts and CLASSIX have teamed up to present “REACTIVATING MEMORY, ‘Shuffle Along’ and the Tulsa Race Massacre: A Centennial Symposium.” 

In honor of two centennial anniversaries, the Lewis Center for the Arts and CLASSIX have teamed up to present “REACTIVATING MEMORY, ‘Shuffle Along’ and the Tulsa Race Massacre: A Centennial Symposium.”


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Princeton faculty member Nathan Davis wins Windham-Campbell Prize for Drama

This past spring, Professor Nathan Davis won the prestigious Donald Windham Sandy M. Campbell Literature Prize for Drama, receiving an unrestricted grant of $165,000.

This past spring, Professor Nathan Davis won the prestigious Donald Windham Sandy M. Campbell Literature Prize for Drama, receiving an unrestricted grant of $165,000.


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When The Marriage Pact came to Princeton (and matched a pair of twins)

“Fill out this survey to get matched with your other half,” it promised. The Prospect staff writer Cathleen Weng writes about how the Marriage Pact came to Princeton and how students received it.

“Fill out this survey to get matched with your other half,” it promised. The Prospect staff writer Cathleen Weng writes about how the Marriage Pact came to Princeton and how students received it.


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From folk to hip-hop: protest music through the years

Increasingly political content in entertainment is quickly becoming an epochal, cultural trend. But despite its increasing frequency, it continues to be accompanied by staunch, resolute objection: people continue to dislike the invasive nature of today’s politics, and especially its invasion into entertainment and media. But perhaps those voices are forgetting that entertainment has always been political and nowhere is this more clearly seen than in the rich history of protest music in the United States of America.


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