Professor reflects on Pulitzer-winning picture

March 13, 2019 Emmy Liederman 1

The photographer still isn’t sure how he survived. The bullets were an arm’s-length away. “I don’t know how I was missed,” said John Filo, an award-winning CBS photographer and adjunct professor at the College. “I always thought I should’ve been shot.” […]

Employees deserve recognition for hard work

March 5, 2019 Emmy Liederman 0

When I applied for a part-time job as a waitress at a local restaurant, I had no idea how involved my position would be. I like talking to people, have a solid memory and am always on my feet, so I was eager to start. Working in the restaurant business […]

Landmark Americana under fire

January 30, 2019 Emmy Liederman 0

On the night of the fatal Dec. 2 car accident that left the campus community in mourning, Landmark Americana security footage captured the driver staggering out of the bar in a drunken state while attempting to light a cigarette. […]

Racial tensions build on campus

December 4, 2018 Emmy Liederman 1

Within the past month, one student on campus was called various racial slurs from the third floor of Wolfe Hall and a building services employee encountered a racial slur while cleaning the Interactive Multimedia Building. […]

Princeton student promotes environmental change

May 1, 2018 Emmy Liederman 0

After President Donald Trump appointed multiple climate change skeptics to his Cabinet, Jonathan Lu, a senior computer science major at Princeton University, knew he had a duty to advocate for change. Instead of just raising awareness on Princeton’s campus, Lu was determined to make waves on a national level.

Juuls prevalent among non-cigarette smokers

February 13, 2018 Emmy Liederman 0

He had never smoked a cigarette in his life, but one freshman finance major still felt the need to buy a Juul — an electronic smoking device that utilizes disposable pods containing fluid with high amounts of nicotine — during his senior year of high school. […]

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