Prianka Misra

Associate Opinion Editor

December 15, 2015

Oops, I skipped it again: disordered eating at Princeton

I have seen them throughout my college years. In fact, I have been one of them in the past. College roommates, friends, voices overheard in the dining hall: “This is my first meal today,” or “I forgot to eat.” My mother would ask, “How could you forget … Read More

September 23, 2015

The comfort of another country

“How was Africa?” many of my friends ask me. I usually chuckle, in a way that half hates and half loves this question. There is no way my answer will do justice to the study abroad experience that I had last spring, when I attended the University of … Read More

December 4, 2014

Get angry

On my way back from former President Jimmy Carter’s lecture, I spotted an abnormally rotund crow perched on top of the University Chapel. It was so large that a group of students had gathered to gawk at it. “It’s too big to fly away,” someone said to me. Read More