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.
On our post election world, and an alien invasion
My Brother, the Trump Supporter.
Teaching at Garden State Prison the morning after the election.
On Hillary Clinton, after the election.
What Trump's election means for me.
Facing the forces of Trump.
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.
Election season comes to Nassau Street.
Trump, Objectivity, and the Media
As U.S. immigration policy changes rapidly, is it fair that undocumented workers face the law without representation? Three years ago, countless stacks of cardboard boxes filled the basement closet of a tall, narrow building at Broad and Market in Trenton. Arranged without logic and hard to reach, each of these boxes opened to reveal the endless...