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Joshua Yang

Joshua Yang is a Features contributor. He can be reached at jy7284@princeton.edu.


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The Cause: the days are long, but the months are short

“I love the cause. Yet I can’t help but feel that loving the cause means I have little space left for loving streaky sunsets, or the wind whipping through my hair, or autumn fading to winter.”

“I love the cause. Yet I can’t help but feel that loving the cause means I have little space left for loving streaky sunsets, or the wind whipping through my hair, or autumn fading to winter.”


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Existence, in theory and in practice

“What I do on my Fridays has little bearing on my Tuesdays, and vice versa, yet I’ve found that it’s only through the dichotomy of these dual existences that I can be all of myself.” Contributing Prospect writer Joshua Yang reflects on balancing the theoretical, abstract world of philosophy and the concreteness of reality.

“What I do on my Fridays has little bearing on my Tuesdays, and vice versa, yet I’ve found that it’s only through the dichotomy of these dual existences that I can be all of myself.” Contributing Prospect writer Joshua Yang reflects on balancing the theoretical, abstract world of philosophy and concreteness of reality.


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All of Joyce Carol Oates

Contributing Writer for The Prospect Joshua Yang speaks with novelist and Princeton faculty member Joyce Carol Oates about her perspective on her own writing and her experiences working with undergraduate writers in Princeton’s creative writing program. 

Contributing Writer for The Prospect Joshua Yang speaks with novelist and Princeton faculty member Joyce Carol Oates about her perspective on her own writing and her experiences working with undergraduate writers in Princeton’s creative writing program. 


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PPop Up: Student-run fine dining takes center stage — on a budget

Contributing Writer for the Prospect Joshua Yang reviews a new student-run fine dining experience, PPop Up, an invitation-only pop-up restaurant located in the 1903 basement. 

Contributing Writer for the Prospect Joshua Yang reviews a new student-run fine dining experience, PPop Up, an invitation-only pop-up restaurant located in the 1903 basement. 


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Lunar New Year, on Princeton’s campus

To better understand what Lunar New Year looks like for students on Princeton’s campus, The Prospect solicited reflections from its editors and staff, as well as staffers from the ‘Prince’ at large.

To better understand what Lunar New Year looks like for students on Princeton’s campus, The Prospect solicited reflections from its editors and staff, as well as staffers from the ‘Prince’ at large.


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Pizza, bad movies, and Saturday Nights Sober: the Alcohol Initiative sponsors alcohol-free student-run events

A program with over 20 years of history, the Alcohol Initiative has been steadfast in its goal of offering an alternative setting to party-centric weekend nights on campus. With a budget in the tens of thousands, according to Alcohol Initiative Senior Chair Sean Horton ’22, the Initiative supports many clubs and organizations on campus, from Coffee Club and the Outdoor Action rock climbing wall to the Cheese and Bad Movies club. 

A program with over 20 years of history, the Alcohol Initiative has been steadfast in its goal of offering an alternative setting to party-centric weekend nights on campus. With a budget in the tens of thousands, according to Alcohol Initiative Senior Chair Sean Horton ’22, the Initiative supports many clubs and organizations on campus, from Coffee Club and the Outdoor Action rock climbing wall to the Cheese and Bad Movies club. 


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