What will remain of us? – Joe Ort ’21

An intriguing shade of green more evocative of psychedelia than academia resides at the heart of Princeton’s campus. Feet from the warm, earthy hues of Morrison Hall and backlit by the slate-grey of Blair Hall stands the striking turquoise sheen of Henry Moore’s Oval with Points (1969). This color is likely familiar from a mutual Read more about What will remain of us? – Joe Ort ’21[…]

Uroda, Ursula von Rydingsvard – Cathleen Kong ’20

The buildings in the Engineering Quadrangle (EQuad) seem oddly disconnected with the rest of Princeton’s Gothic architecture. Besides its appearance, the EQuad is also physically dislocated from the center of student life. People like to joke about how far away the EQuad is, and having walked there innumerable times this summer and this year I Read more about Uroda, Ursula von Rydingsvard – Cathleen Kong ’20[…]

The Hedgehog and the Fox, Richard Serra – Urvashi Uberoy ’20

Every Tuesday and Thursday, I have class in Peyton Hall. To get there, I usually take the curving path behind Lewis Library, walk past Fine Hall, glance at a strange, rusting sculpture, and then get to class. This was my routine until my friend walked me to class one day and pointed out the sculpture Read more about The Hedgehog and the Fox, Richard Serra – Urvashi Uberoy ’20[…]

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