Art, trauma, and the Holocaust
A Lizzie Buehler Original
Eclipsed is the first performance in Broadway history to be performed, written, and directed entirely by women, of whom four out of five are African. This play is angry. It doesn’t want men.
Having traded their 90s-style distortion and macho guitar riffs for piano and sad-boy vulnerability, Weezer is certainly stepping in a new direction.
Ludwig Wittgenstein: Philosophy’s most misunderstood philosopher.
Patel's senior thesis show [...] is an intelligent meditation on text, handwriting, and the act of recording.
Coming to terms with the newest craze in contemporary dance.
The author of Redeployment and former member of the Marine Corps talks with the Nassau Weekly about war, narrative, and questions of empathy.
Two art history majors argue the most crucial issue of our time: Which Princeton plastic water bottle is better?
In Rich Homie Quan’s 2013 classic, “Type of Way,” he joins a three thousand-year tradition of literary recluses in a single rhyming couplet: “I got a hide away, and I go there sometimes, to give my mind a break/ I find a way, to still get through the struggle, what I'm tryna say.”
After a cross-country road trip and some time in France this summer, Pam moved to New York to begin her life as Uma—an “alternative electronic soul” singer ready to take the NYC music scene by storm.