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Tori Tinsley

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


Dillon Gym during OBB.
Zoe Berman / The Daily Princetonian

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.


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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