“Want to grab a meal?” I can’t tell you how many times a week I hear this question. It is probably one of the most common questions thrown around here at Princeton.
After shopping for some classes my first-year fall, I decided to add “Chinese Politics” to my very standard engineering curriculum.
The whistle sounded behind me as I retraced my steps from the train station to Whitman College, lost in memories of a magical wee
“So you can already speak Korean?”
When I was in kindergarten, my teacher told me that since I loved reading so much, I should try writing a story of my own.
During the semester I had the privilege and opportunity to work as a veterinary intern at the Princeton Animal Hospital (PAH).
December and January are arguably the busiest and yet most tranquil times on campus.
College improvisational comedy often gets a bad rap.
It was the end of frosh week, which is the first week of the academic year where student organizations will have open houses to gain interest from students, and I knew the auditions had started at