Katie Bauman

Street Editor

April 10, 2014

What’s hot on campus?

Event: TASA’s Night Market Kick off your weekend this Friday night at TASA’s Night Market, an affair promising mouthwatering Asian cuisine and collaborations with a variety of student dance and comedy performances. Whether you’re an underclassman wondering how you’ll make it through Friday night without Late Meal or a senior … Read More

March 6, 2014

Harmonizing piano and poetry

“Music is the universal language of mankind — poetry their universal pastime and delight,” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote in his 1833 novel “Outre-Mer: A Pilgrimage Beyond the Sea.” Historically, poets often cite music as inspiration, and musicians often consider their work a form of poetry. These comparisons link the two arts … Read More

February 27, 2014

What’s hot on campus?

Dance: SYMPOH presents The Fifteenth Annual BBAs If you’re looking for a great show this weekend, your decision has never been so SYMPOH.  Marking the 15th anniversary of the group, SYMPOH’s annual show promises to be the perfect way to get your fix of mind-blowing breakdancing and psych yourself up for … Read More

February 19, 2014

In defense of: Pequods

Wait, are those still a thing? Yes, yes they are. I, too, had the same doubts last week when I realized I had an assignment due in precept the next day, and I needed to at least glance at the readings to complete it. I clicked my way to E-Reserves, … Read More

February 14, 2014

Inaugural Inter-Ivy Ballet Exchange

Despite the snow and sleet that have invaded New York, thirty students will be heading to the Big Apple this weekend — in pointe shoes, nonetheless. For the first time, Princeton, Harvard and Columbia’s ballet companies will come together to perform. The three groups are the only student-run ballet troupes … Read More

February 13, 2014

Headliners and Headshakers

1. Princeton sophomore advances to second round of Jeopardy!, still receives B+ in HIS 361: The United States Since 1974 2. U. gives nonessential staff snow day; Slavic language professors ask for clarifying email 3. Eisgruber ’83 considers allowing transfers, ‘We can still leave though, right?’ respond students 4. Neuroscience … Read More