Social responsibility and conditions of scarcity.
A portrait of Tel Aviv in four directions.
Gemma Farrell is tall, blonde, and impossibly flexible—even at 52 years old, she can extend her leg at a 90+ degree angle. Her voice is soft and sweet, yet powerful and compelling. When you walk into Gratitude Yoga, her studio off of Witherspoon Street, she’ll greet you with a warm smile, a prolonged hug and...
A secret history of the unknown blond
Why would I want to believe (if I do believe at all) in a God who requires blind faith and has destructive ethics, for whom we must be violent in order to show devotion?
The first text I sent you said “love me.” I had met you once, and sent it from your roommate’s phone. You were too cool to play it cool.
Tamar also happens to be a character in the Bible known for being a prostitute — undoubtedly a solid legacy I have inherited.
I heard this from someone who’d heard it from one of the directors of this year’s production of The Vagina Monologues here at Princeton. Intrigued by the pairing of frat boys and vaginas (in monologue form), I reached out to this year’s directors, Azza Cohen ’16 and Olivia Robbins ’16, to get the full story...
What I've realized is that I shouldn't get complacent - the best years of my life won't necessarily come to me; I have to pursue them.
Experiencing a Communist nation as an American tourist.
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