A writer analyzes the number of women authors she has been assigned throughout her time at Princeton.
by Gina Feliz on March 8, 2020March 7, 2020
“Compromise seems out of reach, but groups like PSRJ will never stop trying to provide womxn who seek sexual health products with access to these products.”
by Isabelle Casimir on March 8, 2020March 7, 2020
In which the author travels, bathes, and contemplates.
by Peter Taylor on March 1, 2020February 29, 2020
In which Pete Buttigieg and Twitter users face off.
by Drew Pugliese on March 1, 2020February 29, 2020
In which Pinegrove’s new album softens the New Jersey winter.
by Christien Ayers on March 1, 2020February 29, 2020
A profile of a gardener on Princeton’s campus.
by Peter Schmidt on February 23, 2020February 25, 2020
Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber enter a new decade.
by Elliott Weil on February 23, 2020February 22, 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
“This was never going to be a simple game with a clear winner. From the start, this boxing match was set up to be a rivalry. It would last nineteen years and counting.”
by Mina Quesen on February 16, 2020February 14, 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
Mourning and moving forward at Princeton.
by Richard Yang on December 8, 2019December 8, 2019
“For two years I’ve liked to think that my Bolivian ID is more than just a conversation starter, that it grounds my daily life in my relationship to a country I for a time called my home.”
by Peter Taylor on December 8, 2019December 8, 2019
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