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Vol. 111, No. 10

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Singing the night away

Singing the night away

By Jessica Lander ’10

Posted on July 1, 2010

All-nighters during exam period are routine, but on the first Wednesday of finals, 10 Princeton students pulled one of an unorthodox variety. They traded study sheets for songbooks, laptops for guitars, and the library’s fluorescent gloom...
Graduate-student humor;   Native American pride

Graduate-student humor; Native American pride

By Ben Fong GS

Posted on May 27, 2010

It wasn’t your typical graduate seminar in Lewis Thomas Lab, but then, it wasn’t your typical seminar speaker, either. Adam Ruben ’01, a molecular biology major who developed a standup comedy act while earning his Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins,...
A Princeton test-drive; pursuing a DREAM (Act)

A Princeton test-drive; pursuing a DREAM (Act)

By David C. Walter ’11

Posted on May 9, 2010

The final and most crucial stage of the court­ship ritual known as “Princeton admissions” is also the shortest: Princeton Preview, two weekends in April when accepted students (or “pre-frosh”) test out the life they’d live as full-striped...
Bee Team creates buzz; a decade of dialogue

Bee Team creates buzz; a decade of dialogue

By Isia Jasiewicz ’10

Posted on Apr. 25, 2010

When a dozen members of the Princeton Bee Team arrived at the club’s apiary near the West Windsor fields off Washington Road on a sunny March Saturday, they split into two groups. One went inside the wooden enclosure to inspect the hive;...
Updating ‘Alice’; debating art

Updating ‘Alice’; debating art

By Jessica Lander ’10

Posted on Apr. 1, 2010

What if Alice, of Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, were 21 instead of 12 and attended Princeton? The meeting with the Red Queen would become a Career Services appointment; Humpty Dumpty, a professor enthralled by close...
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