Sarah Schwartz

Opinion Editor

February 26, 2015

On keeping libraries open

There is a special sense of hopelessness that accompanies leaving the Trustee Reading Room in Firestone Library at 2 a.m., paper unfinished and coffee in hand. I’ve spent more nights than I would have liked searching for a … Read More

November 24, 2014

Some thoughts on waffle fries

Tonight, I had a conversation with a stranger in a dining hall. About USG elections. I have never done this before. Not once, in my now almost four years here, have I given enough thought to the USG … Read More

May 30, 2014

Beyond ‘having it all’

Princeton tradition defines Reunions. And although female alums are excluded from some of Princeton’s older traditions, the women on campus this weekend have formed their own legacy over the last 40 years. Princeton women, especially older alums, are … Read More

May 30, 2014

The relevance of pop culture to academia

Between the raging and revelry, Reunions can also give former University students an opportunity to revisit their academics. Yesterday morning, American studies professors presented to alumni and Reunions attendees, several graduates from the Program in American Studies among … Read More