A Special Message for Students Affected by Recent Natural Disasters.
My summer internship with the Quebec Labrador Foundation was a literal and figurative journey.
A little look into my experience of Princeton in Beijing last summer. There were teachers and food, weather and adventures!
I lead a Scholar Lifestyle because of my passion for learning. But this passion didn’t exist at all until I came to Princeton.
I'm a physics major, and studying that subject takes up the majority of my time.
Over the past few days, I had the chance to interview members of pastoralist Maasai communities near Amboseli National Park.
In a typical English course, my grade is made up of two papers, a test and class participation. The two papers come at midterms and finals, and they can range from five to 15 pages.
This semester, in order to spice up my schedule a bit, I decided to enroll in a visual arts class.
The red-eye flight to Fort Lauderdale blinked by, and after stretching our legs and filling out the entry forms, the 16 of us piled into three charter planes bound for Andros International Airport, a glorified landing strip in The Bahamas.
Little did I know that at Princeton there would be a multitude of other avenues for me to express myself through fashion, even in an academic setting.
Studying abroad in London the summer before my senior year was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life!