Commentary on Anna Kimmel’s “you’ve heard it before | you’ll hear it again” and suicide across college campuses
One student’s controversial dance piece becomes the centerpiece of a conversation about mental health on campus
"But I can say this: as I stood on stage on that final sold-out Saturday and belted out the final lyrics to the finale, “We’re home!” for the first time since arriving on Princeton’s campus I felt like I had a place on this campus. I felt at home."
"Click. Click. Click."
"When she dreamt of something, she dreamt of ballet."
Coming to terms with the newest craze in contemporary dance.
If you get off the N train at 8th street, walk past the tattoo parlors and bright storefronts of St. Mark’s Place, you’ll find the Ukrainian East Village Restaurant next to a corner of other Ukrainian bakeries.
It is an afternoon in early October and the grass on the south lawn of Frist is thick and soft as moss.
There’s a new dance craze sweeping the nation, folks, and it puts all the rest to shame. Look around: no one’s “wobbling” anymore, the “Cupid shuffle” is long gone, and the “one-two step” died with Ciara and Missy Elliot’s music careers. Right now, it’s all about the Harlem Shake.