Textile artist Diana Weymar ’91, profiled in PAW’s Jan. 8 issue for her collective art project documenting the Trump presidency, found inspiration while reading the magazine. She stitched these words from Maria Ressa ’86’s essay on journalism and the “battle for truth” in the Philippines. The quote “jumped out at me,” Weymar explained in an email. It wasn’t her first work with a Princeton thread: Past pieces include quotations by Joyce Carol Oates and Toni Morrison and an 11-page sampler of wisdom from John McPhee ’53.