Oliver Sun

Senior Writer

Senior writer for Street section and senior copyeditor.

April 6, 2016

The Food Issue: Teresa Caffe vs. D’Angelo Market

Margherita pizza has a long and illustrious Italian history. According to popular tradition, it was named after Queen Margherita of Savoy in 1889. The primary toppings, tomatoes, mozzarella cheese and basil, correspond to the red, white and green of the Italian flag. For the Food Issue, Street tried the … Read More

December 9, 2015

Q&A: Richard Hu ’16 and Cadee Qiu ’18 on Princeton Chinese Theatre’s ‘Timeless Love’

Princeton Chinese Theatre’s “Timeless Love” is a time-traveling love story that straddles the present and a world on the cusp of World War II. Before the show’s opening this weekend, Street spoke to PCT’s president Richard Hu ’16 and the show’s director Cadee Qiu ’18. Daily Princetonian: When was … Read More

November 18, 2015

“Zoyka’s Apartment” achieves successful, symbolic production

This weekend, the Princeton Program in Theater presents “Zoyka’s Apartment,” a play by Kiev-born Mikhail Bulgakov. Performed by Princeton students enrolled in THR 451: The Fall Show and directed by professional Alexandru Mihail, “Zoyka’s Apartment” takes place in a Soviet Russia trying to reconcile centuries of imperial tradition with the … Read More

April 11, 2015

Princeton Chinese Theatre’s “I’m Not Li Bai” explores self-identity, forgiveness

Madness, betrayal and a quest for forgiveness are the main themes of “I’m Not Li Bai,” a Chinese language play written by Bo Bai, directed by Huiwen Chang GS and produced by Princeton Chinese Theatre with English subtitles. As the protagonist, Li Xiang (Richard Hu ’16), develops the psychosis that he … Read More

April 9, 2015

Food Issue: Review of EPS Corner

EPS Corner is a small Chinese restaurant located at the intersection of Nassau Street and Chestnut. It displays its menu outside in front of a wide patio, where diners may enjoy their meals during the more temperate months of the year. On the inside, the dining area is partitioned with … Read More

March 4, 2015

The Golden Age for Spanish language women writers and beyond

Professor Ronald Surtz has been teaching with the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures at Princeton since completing his Ph.D. from Harvard in 1973. “The profession chose me,” Surtz explained. “Spain and Spanish literature have always interested me.” Surtz said he finds the study of Spanish culture particularly … Read More

February 4, 2015

Course Profiles: SPA 230

With a firm handshake and a welcoming smile, professor German Labrador Mendez brings comforting warmth to his classroom. A native of Vigo, Spain, Mendez earned a B.A. in Romance Philology and Hispanic Philology from the Universidad de Salamanca, as well as a Ph.D. in Spanish Literature from a joint program … Read More

December 4, 2014

Leads stand out in Princeton Chinese Theatre’s ‘Mr. Mule’

What are the consequences when corruption runs so deeply in a society that it infiltrates even the purest of hearts and causes the downfall of even the brightest ideals? “Mr. Mule,” a play about a small village’s struggle with corruption during the regime of the Kuomintang in early 20th century China, … Read More

September 10, 2014

Cloister Inn: 3 WEST

3 WEST Cloister Inn 3 WEST’s popularity in the Tri-State area is rapidly growing — the acoustic duo perform over 200 shows each year! Their repertoire includes original country and pop songs as well as covers of current hits. In 2011, the singer/songwriter duo released their first single, “Crazy Amazing.” They … Read More

May 1, 2014

Lawnparties: Cloister Inn

Easy Tiger House Band Cloister Inn Easy Tiger House Band is a group of six musicians from New York. This cover band has been touring the … Read More