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Tori Tinsley

Tori Tinsley is a Features contributor. She can be reached at ett2@princeton.edu.


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Inside the Princeton University Band… and their plastic Santa

Adorned in flamboyant plaid orange and black suits, topped with their characteristic boaters, the Princeton University Band is not hard to spot on Princeton’s campus. At an Ivy League institution where student groups often have high barriers of entry and demand significant commitment from their members, the Band stands apart as an outlet for entertainment and comedic relief.

Adorned in flamboyant plaid orange and black suits, topped with their characteristic boaters, the Princeton University Band is not hard to spot on Princeton’s campus. At an Ivy League institution where student groups often have high barriers of entry and demand significant commitment from their members, the Band stands apart as an outlet for entertainment and comedic relief.


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Can't bring back the past? Of course we can: a Roaring 20s ball for the Classes of the 2020s

From fake pearls to 1920s-themed appetizers, Princeton’s “Roaring Twenties'' themed Orange and Black Ball on Nov. 4th  was filled with all the glitz and glam that many students missed coming out of a global pandemic. Despite the difficulties the OBB’s date presented for some students — who celebrated the Hindu religious festival Diwali on that night — the ball allegedly saw an attendance increase of about 500 students since the last time it was held two years ago.

From fake pearls to 1920s-themed appetizers, Princeton’s “Roaring Twenties'' themed Orange and Black Ball on Nov. 4th  was filled with all the glitz and glam that many students missed coming out of a global pandemic. Despite the difficulties the OBB’s date presented for some students — who celebrated the Hindu religious festival Diwali on that night — the ball allegedly saw an attendance increase of about 500 students since the last time it was held two years ago.


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Tiger Tots: Yisroel, Shua, Sarale, Yosef Webb

In our fourth installment of Tiger Tots, The Daily Princetonian interviewed four of Rabbi Eitan Webb’s children: Yisroel, Sarale, Yosef, and Shua. To the Princeton community, they say: “hi!” “work hard,” “you’ve got this, pull through,“ and “have fun!”

In our fourth installment of Tiger Tots, The Daily Princetonian interviewed four of Rabbi Eitan Webb’s children: Yisroel, Sarale, Yosef, and Shua. To the Princeton community, they say: “hi!” “work hard,” “you’ve got this, pull through,“ and “have fun!”


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