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
“As I sat on the bench in the center of the exhibition room, dwarfed by the mammoth panels of the tryptic, I considered my reaction.”
by Tara Shirazi on November 24, 2019
A review of the most recent Swans album.
by Elliot Weil on November 17, 2019
“I always loved her. I just didn’t always think highly enough of myself to justify this love.”
by Meera Sastry on November 17, 2019
Reflecting on the protests in Hong Kong.
by Jimin Kang on November 10, 2019
“There were always guava and mango, grapefruit and lychee. But, above all, there was always mother.”
by Khanh Vu on November 10, 2019
“I wondered what or who—a simple puzzle, a stakeless one, but one that, in context, made my expectation of strangeness a mystery lived.”
by Tess Solomon on November 10, 2019
A personal reflection on compensating student athletes.
by Boyd Bethel on October 20, 2019October 19, 2019
Advocating for art and creativity despite despair about the environment.
by Peter Taylor on October 13, 2019October 12, 2019
“Like clockwork, the dull roars of airplane engines drown out the wind and occasional cricket chirps…”
by Hannah Reynolds on October 13, 2019October 12, 2019
“In my moments of dogged hope, I would play “Moon in the Water,” an acoustic ballad where Goldsmith proclaims that ‘Love is for the fighter / Born to lose but never quit / Swinging for the moon in the water.’”
by Peter Taylor on October 6, 2019October 9, 2019
Bot check: What is the name of the res. college that begins with a B?