As I reflected on my failed attempt to find love on Tinder, I could not help but agree with Nietzsche.
Amidst the empty pews and graying hair, she is proof that, while the story she tells may be hidden, it is still very much alive.
With a half-eaten, white chocolate tampon pretzel in hand, I perused the Menstruation Celebration, picking up free condoms and nearly choking when I read “Period week = blow job week” on a poster debunking period myths.
My communal showering journey
Indigo, incense, and stillness inside a house of memory
Finding home in Bentonville, Arkansas
In our world, there is no room for alternative truths.
by Binita Gupta, Katherine Powell, Maddy Pauchet, Megan Tung, Mikaela Gerwin, Nina Chausow, Rachel Stone, Rebecca Ngu on
Jan 31, 2017 • 1 Comment
Eight Princeton students reflect on protest, identity, and Trump's inauguration.
Forgiving and living after the Holocaust
Fiction; interrogation. Answers slid off the man’s tongue.
On our post election world, and an alien invasion
The success of people of color in areas where we were not meant to thrive is constantly met with suspicion.