A profile of a gardener on Princeton’s campus.
by Peter Schmidt on February 23, 2020February 25, 2020
“They know something real about the surface of things. I would say that they defy the abstractions, statistics, and agendas of public policy, the academic event of the structure in whose shadow they roughly glide, jump, and fall.”
by Tess Solomon on February 16, 2020February 18, 2020
“I didn’t even think about my phone at all, didn’t start at a phantom buzz in my pocket or stop what I was doing to look over at the device when I thought I saw its screen light up.”
by Emily McLean on February 16, 2020February 18, 2020
“Like young adults always have, we struggle to verbalize our anxieties and regulate our vulnerability. Finsta posts help in that they allow us to remain in control of ourselves.”
by Meera Sastry on November 24, 2019
Brief descriptions of artistic objects you walk past on Princeton’s campus.
by Alex Jacobson, Andrew White, Mina Quesen, Serena Alagappan, Tess Solomon on November 17, 2019
Considering glass buildings and the implications of tourism on Princeton’s campus.
by Darrell Rodriguez-Chavez, Mina Quesen on November 10, 2019
A personal reflection on compensating student athletes.
by Boyd Bethel on October 20, 2019October 19, 2019
A guide to the fossil fuel divestment discussion and an indictment of President Eisgruber’s response.
by Katie Massie on October 13, 2019October 12, 2019
An artful history of Alexander Hall.
by Jimin Kang on September 29, 2019September 28, 2019
“A guide from first-years who already know what’s up…”
by Mina Quesen on September 29, 2019September 28, 2019
“Oak trees, no longer mute, lose their even trim and the path invariably assumes a new and rugged imprecision.”
by Catherine Song on September 29, 2019September 28, 2019
“The protest was born of frustration at the unspeakable natures of both Title IX and the traumas of sexual assault. The protest was chaotic and it was hurt and it was loud.”
by Ellie Maag ‘19 on July 31, 2019July 31, 2019
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?