“At Princeton, joining an eating club is like being a meat-eater: it’s a commonplace practice that has become the norm, but we feel there’s something morally iffy about the whole enterprise.”
by Sheon Han on February 25, 2018March 7, 2018
As the Umatter bus passes Tower, it is stopped by a man standing in the middle of the street. His arms are spread out above him and he’s staring into the sky as if deep in prayer.
by Emily McLean on February 18, 2018February 18, 2018
“Commemorating those who died in the American Civil War, and the consequences of a selective memory.”
by Nicolette D’Angelo on December 10, 2017December 10, 2017
“Last spring, five Princeton undergraduates founded Woke Wednesdays, a podcast dedicated to issues of race on Ivy League campuses and across America.”
by Ethan Sterenfeld on December 3, 2017December 3, 2017
“Eight-hundred pounds of beautiful Arkansas Black apples later, we took off our gloves. Some wiped off their foreheads. We squinted at each other in the sun, smiling.”
by Tess Solomon on December 3, 2017December 2, 2017
An open letter to the University.
by Naomi Cohen-Shields on November 19, 2017November 17, 2017
Inside Firestone’s special collections, coins tell us about history.
by Carson Welch on November 19, 2017November 17, 2017
“For this particular Rupi Kaur phenomenon, is there something inherently wrong with that? We enjoy the shell of the Rupi Kaur meme, the humor it offers. In return, she enjoys the proliferation of her work.”
by Allison Huang on November 12, 2017November 10, 2017
“Knowing that both parties in a negotiation have real bargaining power militates against paternalism and ensures the mutual accountability and respect on which goodwill and collegiality rely.”
by Felice Physioc, Robert Decker on November 12, 2017November 10, 2017
Nietzche class is not a safe space—everyone is welcome, but aesthetes be warned.
by Sheon Han on November 12, 2017November 10, 2017
“But looking at this sunrise, I realized I had missed the magic of so many past ones with my expectation.”
by Tess Solomon on November 12, 2017November 10, 2017
One pearly-teethed, outdoors adverse Princeton debutant examines the thrilling liberation of circus arts.
by Alex Jacobson on October 15, 2017October 14, 2017
Bot check: What is the name of the res. college that begins with a B?