"While this moment in Princeton’s political history may not be entirely novel, it is a fire bell in the collective memory of the current University community."
"Girls aren’t educated at the same rates as boys? Government is in a constant state of unrest? It’s okay—the affluent white person can help."
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.
by Binita Gupta, Katherine Powell, Maddy Pauchet, Megan Tung, Mikaela Gerwin, Nina Chausow, Rachel Stone, Rebecca Ngu in on
Jan 31, 2017 • 1 Comment
Eight Princeton students reflect on protest, identity, and Drumpf's inauguration.
On our post election world, and an alien invasion
On Hillary Clinton, after the election.
What Trump's election means for me.
Facing the forces of Trump.
Searching for idealism in a cynical time.
Reporting from the frontlines of the refugee crisis.
Fact-checking pro-life arguments.
Jen is president of Princeton Young Democrats and Woody Woo Major, ’18. She interned for an assistant to the assistant of a staffer in Elizabeth Warren’s Massachusetts office, is “with her,” metaphorically and literally; she wears a locket with Hilary’s face in it at all times.