Katie Bauman

Street Editor

September 25, 2014

‘Even Princeton’

“Show me what democracy looks like! This is what democracy looks like!” The chant rang out as a mob of orange- and black-clad Princeton students, faculty and community members joined the People’s Climate March in New York City last Sunday. Many held posters — both sponsored by the march’s organizers … Read More

September 18, 2014

Summer Reading: ‘The Tastemakers’

I don’t know that I will ever encounter a dessert more controversial than the cupcake. I don’t consider myself a cupcake aficionado, but the amount of debate the tiny frosted bits of cake can evoke fascinates me. About a year ago, I happened upon an angry tirade eviscerating the cupcake as … Read More

September 18, 2014

What’s hot on campus?

Panel: Politics at Princeton You may have heard that Princeton students are politically apathetic … well, the College Republicans, College Democrats, Princeton United Left, Princeton Tory and moderates on campus would beg to differ. Join these groups at the Whig-Clio sponsored panel to get a sense of political action on … Read More

September 10, 2014

Cannon Club: Superman Skivvies

Superman Skivvies Cannon Club Weezer’s ninth album will drop later this fall, and in anticipation we want to throw it back to the American rock band’s origins by revisiting their 1994 release “The Blue Album” and their 1996 album “Pinkerton.” Philadelphia’s Superman Skivvies will take you on a journey through … Read More

September 10, 2014

Ivy Club: Stache

Stache Ivy Club We mustache you a question: Who is the number one party rock cover band in Delaware? It’s Stache! The band plays a variety of rock from the classic to modern, but their song bank does not end there. Their repertoire includes songs by artists like Kenny Loggins, … Read More