Calling for increased awareness of and accessibility to Princeton’s creative writing courses.
by Katie Massie on April 28, 2019
Frist Chronicles: 24 hours in the Campus Center.
by Anika Khakoo, JuJu Lane on April 28, 2019May 7, 2019
“The characters in these books demolished the limitations placed on children.”
by Tara Shirazi on April 28, 2019April 28, 2019
Considering the benefits and drawbacks of modern technology in Princeton classes.
by Gabriel E. Lipkowitz on April 28, 2019
“How wonderful it is to be alive—to know that we are all here, occupying the same moments as everyone else, breathing, blinking, living.”
by Peter Taylor on April 28, 2019
“The early afternoon lured more cars on the road. The drive to home because slower and slower. The air was dewy with heat and silence, and they all say boiling in the hot, stinking sun.”
by Rasheeda Saka on April 21, 2019April 20, 2019
“To what extent do or should we believe victims? How much does identity play a role in the privilege of belief? Which institutions have the integrity to be moral authorities?”
by Andrew White on April 21, 2019April 20, 2019
“There’s the old adage, “know thy enemy,” or in this case, “know thy political sparring partner.”
by Gina Feliz on April 21, 2019April 20, 2019
“At the top of the platform I turned left. The flat surface of the hemispheric bubble sprawled below. In my memory, the red chairs looked like rock candy.”
by Tess Solomon on April 21, 2019April 22, 2019
“This novel-in-stories traces the lives of multiple generations of characters from the early days of the Soviet Union up into the near-future, all interconnected by an obscure nineteenth-century painting.”
by Peter Taylor on April 21, 2019April 20, 2019
She shrivels in a spotlight or a gaze, / shy in all her glory, / scared off by expectation.
by JuJu Lane on April 21, 2019April 21, 2019
“I hope that this article will create a space for more conversations about this topic, as I think it is long overdue.”
by Michael Yeung on April 18, 2019April 19, 2019
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?