When I first came to Princeton, I was nervous about how I would be able to celebrate Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
While the first year at Princeton, for most, is characterized by exploration (and, understandably, confusion, disorientation and hyperactivity), sophomore year at Princeton revolves around decision.
Most children’s first word is “mama”; mine was “book.” In preschool, as other kids scampered around Toys "R" Us, I devoured the shelves of Barnes & Noble.
Princeton University boasts nearly 300 student organizations, meaning that there is something for everyone.
One of my favorite moments every year in high school was receiving my yearbook and flipping through the pages, remembering all of the fun moments from the year.
Every year in April the Arts Council of Princeton, Princeton undergraduates and the local Princeton community come together to host Communiversity ArtsFest.
Often times on my Orange Key tours, visitors question me about what Princeton students do for fun. “You don’t study all day, do you?” they ask.
Cochabamba is a city in Bolivia known for its water.
One of Princeton’s newest clubs is the Conservation Society. The club is made up of students who are passionate about making a large difference in protecting the planet.