Binita Gupta, Katherine Powell, Maddy Pauchet, Megan Tung, Mikaela Gerwin, Nina Chausow, Rachel Stone, Rebecca Ngu
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.
All these voids meeting in the middle feels like an answer, so I keep writing. For a night
A few married undergraduate students at Princeton tell their stories.
No one is too busy to not have time to think about how they are lonely
If the Atlantic Ocean has seen my breasts, held them for an evening in the dark, full night, did he tell anyone? If sky observed, unfurled her firmaments? If the arc of my neck meant anything [to him], cradled in cold strokes of strong current [and I’m not saying it has; just, like, what if]...
An informal history of Princeton’s party task force
Did something happen again? she asks. She sounds concerned and I don’t want to make her concerned. Also I really don’t know how to answer her question.
For as long as women feel weird talking about their periods, The Vagina Monologues will still be relevant. I hope it won’t continue to be. For as long as there is violence against women, the Vagina Monologues will still be relevant.
Shall hold a life like a cupped palm, lash in the ocean. It knows the best exoskeletons protect the glass self sleeping inside. How to define oneself as a self that is only itself without the self it contained; the shell is itself because it holds, because it has not held, because...
by Camila Legaspi, Conor Stonesifer, Elliott Eglash, Isabel Henderson, Katie Duggan, Rachel Stone, Sigrid Luth, Tamar Willis on
Nov 21, 2015 • No Comments
places you have lived, places you know better than anyone else, places in your mind, places you could inhabit, what it means to exist within a place
Meeting the end, onstage.