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Oct. 13, 2010

Vol. 111, No. 2

on the campus

Web Exclusive: Having fun on Class Day

By Isia Jasiewicz ’10

Posted on July 13, 2009

“I was told that the purpose of this speech was to be lighthearted,” Jay Katsir ’04 told those attending Class Day his senior year. “But when I looked at the Commencement schedule, I realized … most of the events had so much natural comic...
Parting words of advice

Parting words of advice

By Chip McCorkle ’09

Posted on July 10, 2009

At the Checkout Fair in May, seniors were asked to write six-word memoirs of their Princeton careers. While some took the opportunity to launch a parting shot at the administration (“Grade deflation is the devil, bye”), many chose to pass...
An ‘uninvisible’ issue;  a glimpse into grad life

An ‘uninvisible’ issue; a glimpse into grad life

By Catherine Mevs ’09

Posted on June 5, 2009

On Thursday night of the first Princeton Preview weekend in April, with the campus crawling with prospective students, about 50 people sat quietly in the usually chatter-filled Café Vivian of Frist Campus Center. A young man was reading...

Web Exclusive: Celebrating Asian heritage

By Nikki Leon ’11

Posted on May 8, 2009

At first, it seemed everyone wanted only the food. Although Go and mah-jongg tables were set up outside the Frist convenience store and Wyliena Guan ’11 was emceeing a string of student performances, the crowd gathered around the buffet....
Exploring the Zen flute; voting in favor of service

Exploring the Zen flute; voting in favor of service

By Jessica Lander ’10

Posted on May 7, 2009

Protruding out of Lauren Ledley ’10’s backpack — crammed with textbooks, papers, pencils — is a flared flute, almost two feet long, with a plastic body resembling bamboo. In classes, Ledley’s peers don’t know what to make of it. The flute...
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