Conner Johnson

October 12, 2016

This Side of Princeton: Cyclab

Princeton has a way of warping — maybe even morphing — my perspective of the world around me. Greek columns like those of the Parthenon work their way into my daily walk to class, accompanied by a peppering of famous statues and Nobel laureate professors. I’ll never forget my … Read More

September 28, 2016

The Craft of the Campus Contrarian

Editor’s Note: This piece is intended to be satirical, and does not represent the views of the ‘Prince’. The sun slips languidly over the tips of our all-too-familiar gothic towers, giving way to a fresh day of soft, cloud-checkered skies. It’s morning again in America, and for one Princeton … Read More