"How do you turn to an entire field of academia and say, 'Be better?'"
Commentary on Anna Kimmel’s “you’ve heard it before | you’ll hear it again” and suicide across college campuses
"It began something like this."
"So she had boarded this train, not sure where to go, not sure how to heal her fractured soul. Her life was stuck at 1:27."
On normalizing psychedelics at Princeton
"If corporate feminism is the end of feminism, then it is the end of a movement that has been ending for generations—and continues to thrive, most indebted to its harshest critics."
"I hardly believe that I am the first to bring this to your attention, but I feel compelled by my allegiance to our university’s mission to ask: why don’t we spend more time talking about dinosaurs?"
Chris Hedges, Pultizer Prize-winner, teaches a creative writing class comprised half of Princeton students and half of inmates at a women’s prison nearby. He and Boris Franklin, a former student of his, spoke to me about the role of education in prisons, the standing of women, and the necessity of divestment from private prisons. ...
5. found out jewish what do I do?
Jeff Nunokawa on Spelman Hall
The privilege of flying standby and the cost of ditching leggings