Welcome to Princeton, Class of 2017!
It’s official, ladies and gentlemen: the marriage debate now transcends party lines.
Health problems are unfortunately—and unnecessarily—common at Princeton.
The liberal arts are no longer in vogue. Then again, few things still are that first got hot in the fifteenth century, but if we are to listen to the prevailing wisdom among academia today, that’s something to be thankful for anyway.
Some grad student in a struggling American Studies department is going to have a field
day in thirty years. He’ll be researching the sexual culture at the turn of the millennium and
chance upon the “Love and Lust in the Bubble” series.
Republican women are in a tight spot. For the past two years, the liberal establishment has been telling Americans that we are fighting a civil war: The Republican War Against Women.
I am part of a movement. Many people are not even aware it exists—I certainly didn’t know about it until I arrived on Princeton’s campus my freshman year.
“We are the 1%,” said President Tilghman at Opening Ceremonies at the start of this year. And indeed we – the members of the Princeton community
The term “modesty” generally conjures up one of two ideas. The first is what the Merriam-Webster online dictionary calls “freedom from conceit or vanity.”