In this exclusive video interview, Dr. West sits down with The Daily Princetonian’s Sam Kagan to discuss ongoing protests, where they fit into the historical timeline, and what we can expect as a nation moving forward.
“This is an extraordinarily challenging historical moment,” Lepore said, “where all kinds of capacity and courage and integrity and doggedness and resourcefulness and creativity is called for, and it’s useful to think about that as a historical matter.”
Jeongmin “JM” Cho ’21, the student behind the Instagram account @lonelycovidtiger, opens up about documenting campus life amid COVID-19. “I hope we will be looking back and be able to appreciate the things that we may have otherwise taken for granted — simple things like being able to be with one another, hug your friends, and express appreciation.”
The Near Eastern Studies concentrator booked a flight out of Casablanca on March 15, expecting to depart on March 20 and land in Washington D.C. Just a few hours later, the Moroccan government grounded all international flights in or out of the country.
Different states, cities, and countries have begun to lift certain restrictions implemented to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. The Daily Princetonian caught up with five Princeton students spread across the world to discuss how they and their hometowns have been impacted by COVID-19 and what they think of their governments' attempts to reopen. Pooja Parmar ’22, Andres Larrieu ’22, Astrid Wang ’22, Mohammed Elzubeir ’22, and Gab Montefalcone ’20 speak about what life is like in Georgia (USA), Mexico, South Korea, South Africa, and Italy respectively. Produced by Zachary Shevin ’22, Sam Kagan ’23, and Mark Dodici ’22 www.dailyprincetonian.com
We reached out to each candidate in the upcoming elections -- the ones who responded are featured in this video. www.dailyprincetonian.com