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Nathan Mathabane


JP Houdini

Here’s where things get interesting. If you realize, then, that there is a difference between independent work in theory and independent work in practice, you are in a position to harness a tremendous power. All social and extracurricular obligations fall before the onslaught of independent work.


Why we drink

I do not hyperbolize when I say that ethanol, or what we have come to refer to as alcohol, is a significant component of the American college, and therefore the Princeton, undergraduate experience.


A zone divided

There are several fundamental issues with some zoning on campus, particularly in Whitman, Wilson and Rockefeller colleges. Addressing these issues could drastically improve residential college community.


Too much information

Excessive amounts of information can discourage student reflection on the subject at hand. Often students must focus so much on figuring out what’s going on in their reading that they don’t have the opportunity to think about what it means to them.


Rethinking diversity: part I

Many of us will have the opportunity to move to very small and rarified circles after graduation, running the risk of never quite coming back down to earth and interacting with people whose life paths are drastically different from our own. But these interactions are critical to the process of understanding ourselves in relation to society, a core component of diversity.


In defense of Bicker

Those who virulently oppose the Bicker process should bear in mind how much of our society, and especially our university, is predicated on exclusion. West College is always proud to announce year after year record-low admittance rates, which can be directly translated into more and more students being rejected every year.


Unite and conquer

Watching and listening to the comers and goers in Dillon that day impressed upon me the vast possibilities available to us as undergraduates and reinforced my firm belief that extracurriculars are Princeton’s lifeblood, granting our school her dynamic nature and incredible vitality.


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