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‘Art is the language of the marginalized’: Student leaders on the origins of the Sankofa fashion show

Sankofa, Princeton’s African fashion show, “is the definition of being Black: looking at your past, relying on your community, adapting. It's a beauty and an art,” according to board leader Anastasia Achiaa ’25. The show emerged in 2015 to celebrate African designers at Princeton.

Sankofa, Princeton’s African fashion show, “is the definition of being Black: looking at your past, relying on your community, adapting. It's a beauty and an art,” according to board leader Anastasia Achiaa ’25. The show emerged in 2015 to celebrate African designers at Princeton.


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Peer Health Advisors host panel on ‘freshman 15,’ intuitive eating

The panel, which featured Peer Health Advisors, dietitians and psychologists from UHS as speakers, featured experts’ discussions of strategies for intuitive eating and the stigma and myths behind the ‘freshman 15.’

The panel, which featured Peer Health Advisors, dietitians and psychologists from UHS as speakers, featured experts’ discussions of strategies for intuitive eating and the stigma and myths behind the ‘freshman 15.’


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Recipients of University President's Achievement Award reflect on their continued service

The employees, whose work spans from the Elevator/Electric Shop to the Office of the Dean for Research, will receive $2,500, a certificate and their name engraved in a plaque in the Office of Human Resources.

The employees, whose work spans from the Elevator/Electric Shop to the Office of the Dean for Research, will receive $2,500, a certificate and their name engraved in a plaque in the Office of Human Resources.


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University Trustees vote to extend Eisgruber presidency for at least five years

“I am optimistic about Princeton’s future and delighted to be continuing in office for at least five more years,” Eisgruber wrote to the ‘Prince’. “I look forward to what all of us can accomplish together.”

“I am optimistic about Princeton’s future and delighted to be continuing in office for at least five more years,” Eisgruber wrote to the ‘Prince’. “I look forward to what all of us can accomplish together.”  


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With candles, choreography, and colorful strip lights, a student-led spin class gets a community active

In a Dillon Gym studio, Caroline Kirby ’23 leads fully-booked spin classes each week. Designed to welcome Princeton students of all ability levels, Kirby’s popular classes have formed community on campus for those interested in staying active. “I love [spinning] because it gives me a space to let out any stress I have, just through a really fun 45 minute class,” Kirby said.

In a Dillon Gym studio, Caroline Kirby ’23 leads fully-booked spin classes each week. Designed to welcome Princeton students of all ability levels, Kirby’s popular classes have formed community on campus for those interested in staying active. “I love [spinning] because it gives me a space to let out any stress I have, just through a really fun 45 minute class,” Kirby said.


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J-Lats hosts festival to celebrate Purim and Brazilian Carnival

J-Lats hosted an ‘Emparnaval’ featuring Latin music and an empanada and churro food truck on Saturday, March 26. The event was sponsored by the Undergraduate Student Government Projects Board, the Latin American Studies Department, and the Center for Jewish Life.

J-Lats hosted an ‘Emparnaval’ featuring with Latin music and an empanada and churro food truck on Saturday, March 26. The event was sponsored by the Undergraduate Student Government Projects Board, the Latin American Studies Department, and the Center for Jewish Life.


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Street Week in Review: Over 1070 sophomores participate in eating club sign-in and bicker, yielding most competitive rates in a decade

For the fourth consecutive year, the Interclub Council reported that all sophomores who participated were placed into an eating club, and the number of students who participated increased by 12 percent from last year.

For the fourth consecutive year, the Interclub Council reported that all sophomores who participated were placed into an eating club, and the number of students who participated increased by 12 percent.


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198 Princeton faculty sign letter criticizing Department of Justice's China Initiative

One hundred and ninety eight Princeton faculty sent an open letter to the U.S. Attorney General, claiming the China Initiative disproportionately targets researchers of Asian and Chinese descent, creating a hostile environment that hampers the recruitment of students and postdoctoral scholars.

One hundred and ninety eight Princeton faculty sent an open letter to the U.S. Attorney General, claiming the China Initiative disproportionately targets researchers of Asian and Chinese descent, creating a hostile environment that hampers the recruitment of students and postdoctoral scholars. 


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