Jennifer Shyue

Contributor

September 18, 2014

Summer Reading: ‘Lean In’

While interning at the corporate headquarters of a media company this summer, I finally read Sheryl Sandberg’s “Lean In” (only a year after everyone else who cared had read it). At this point, I could tell you I read the last page, set aside my Kindle and vowed to apply … Read More

April 3, 2014

Being First: Part Two

For this two-part series, Street spoke to five first-generation college students about their experiences at the University. In addition to being first-generation, some of the students are also first-generation Americans; others are not. One is not American at all. They hail from places as close as Brooklyn, N.Y., and as … Read More

April 3, 2014

On the record with Off the Record

Question: What group is Princeton’s oldest, youngest and only coed hip-hop and R&B a cappella group? Answer: It’s Off the Record! Founded in the spring of 2011, Off the Record now comprises about 15 members who meet twice a week to rehearse their renditions of everything from Blackstreet’s “No Diggity” … Read More

March 27, 2014

Being First: Part One

For this two-part series, Street spoke to five first-generation college students about their experiences at Princeton. In addition to being first-generation, some of the students are also first-generation Americans; others are not. One is not American at all. They hail from places as close as Brooklyn, N.Y. to as far … Read More

March 6, 2014

What’s hot on campus?

Music: PSEC Presents ‘Are You Ready to BEATBOX?’ Well, are you? You better say yes because Adam Matta and Masai Electro don’t take no for an answer. Actually, they might, but you would probably have to beatbox it for them. Matta is a beatboxer and vocal artist from New York … Read More

February 27, 2014

Start-ups: WICK

After an evening of dancing under the Class of 1983 tent during Reunions last June, Liz Lian ’15 realized that the 90-degree weather had caused her to sweat through her dress. Frustrated, she went to visit her friend Sanibel Chai, a Princeton resident and junior at the University of Pennsylvania. Read More

February 27, 2014

Start-ups: Chesscademy

Chesscademy Chesscademy, a free website designed to teach users how to play chess, has garnered praise in the media and now sees between 10,000 and 15,000 unique visitors a month. But what many people do not realize is that Chesscademy launched a mere six months ago — and that its … Read More

January 13, 2014

Fashion — Golden Globes 2014: Best and Worst Dressed

Last night’s Golden Globes ceremony marked the start of the 2014 awards season, and boy were we excited to see all the dresses everyone wore! Below are just some of our favorite (and least favorite) looks from the yesterday evening’s event. Come back after the Grammys … Read More

December 13, 2013

Best of 2013 – ‘BEYONCÉ’ – The Night Bey Blessed Us With Her Visual Album

BREAKING – Beyonce just surprised absolutely everyone and dropped a new studio album. Described as a “visual album,” BEYONCÉ the album consists of 14 songs and 17 fully finished videos. All the videos are highly individual, gorgeous pieces of art in a way that her previous … Read More

December 11, 2013

‘Itinerant Languages of Photography’

The first photograph that visitors see upon entering “The Itinerant Languages of Photography” exhibition at the Princeton University Art Museum is literally the first-ever photograph — but with a modern twist. “Googlegram: Niepce” is composed of 10,000 photographs from Google Images that artist Joan Fontcuberta, using photo-mosaic software, assembled into … Read More