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‘What is America? Who is America?’: Q&A with Art Museum curator Mitra Abbaspour

“In collecting contemporary Indigenous art, I may have set out to complicate the definition of what America is, but I certainly have learned and continue to learn the ways that my own identity and education as a US citizen has structured a worldview that is only one way of seeing history.”

“In collecting contemporary Indigenous art, I may have set out to complicate the definition of what America is, but I certainly have learned and continue to learn the ways that my own identity and education as a US citizen has structured a worldview that is only one way of seeing history.”


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DISPATCH | Talking to strangers

“For my entire life, I have lived by the saying, ‘Don’t speak unless spoken to.’ But the past two months of talking to strangers have allowed me to learn, empathize, and connect with others in a way that I would never have experienced otherwise.”

“For my entire life, I have lived by the saying, ‘Don’t speak unless spoken to.’ But the past two months of talking to strangers have allowed me to learn, empathize, and connect with others in a way that I would never have experienced otherwise.”


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Michael Pratt on music, adversity, and compassion

“The times when I feel like I have grown to understand music more are often times of difficulty that push me to hear a little bit deeper.” Michael Pratt sits down with Assistant Prospect Editor Kerrie Liang to discuss music during the pandemic and the return to live performance.

“The times when I feel like I have grown to understand music more are often times of difficulty that push me to hear a little bit deeper.” Michael Pratt sits down with Assistant Prospect Editor Kerrie Liang to discuss music during the pandemic and PUO’s return to live performance.


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Breaking Up with STEM

"And although some days I wonder whether the grass is greener on the other side, for the first time I am learning for the sake of learning — and that should be enough." Assistant Editor Kerrie Liang reflects on her struggles with letting go of her STEM persona.

“And although some days I wonder whether the grass is greener on the other side, for the first time I am learning for the sake of learning — and that should be enough.” Assistant Editor Kerrie Liang reflects on her struggles with letting go of her STEM persona.


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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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Five classical bangers to help you get through finals

With all the work that has to be done this week, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Whether it’s because you need an epic soundtrack to help you focus or simply because you’re sick of Lofi Girl, I’ve got you covered! 

With all the work that has to be done this week, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Whether it’s because you need an epic soundtrack to help you focus or simply because you’re sick of Lofi Girl, I’ve got you covered! 


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Astroworld: When do we hold artists accountable?

“While we can remember that these celebrities are humans — they can make mistakes — we must also realize that they are humans with significant influence. When an idol consistently encourages reckless behavior, what they’re saying to fans is, ‘Hey, this is okay.’”  

“While we can remember that these celebrities are humans — they can make mistakes — we must also realize that they are humans with significant influence. When an idol consistently encourages reckless behavior, what they’re saying to fans is, ‘Hey, this is okay.’”    


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