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Daily Prince: Brick by Brick - Arts and Transit Project

The final Brick by Brick article for the year is about Princeton’s Arts and Transit Project, the largest campus expansion in Princeton’s history. The project is currently underway and will be completed by Fall 2017. 40 more words

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The City That Reminds Me to ALWAYS stay on the GRIND

I’m in New York and I gotta say, this place always inspires me. Ya, a lot of things inspire me, but we can’t really get enough inspiration right? 229 more words

Redefining Myself

Daily Prince: Brick by Brick - Robertson Hall & Scudder Plaza

Robertson Hall and Scudder Plaza are somewhat anomalous in architectural style in the context of the Princeton campus. Read my article in the Daily Princetonian, the fourth in the Brick by Brick series: 18 more words

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Lessons of a Male Model that Steals Girlfriends

<–”There’s something about getting healthy, that makes me feel… well… sexier… There’s a new sheriff in town and my friend, you’re busted!”

This journey has been so awesome. 252 more words


Desperate times, calls for desperate measures

So I ran into a speed bump. I’ve gotta save more money and stop eating out. Like, right now!! ┬áBaller on a budget I tell ya, hahaha. 257 more words


Daily Prince: Brick by Brick - Lewis Library

In the digital age, all institutions must adapt – even libraries. Does Princeton’s Lewis Library foreshadow the future of libraries? Read more about the Frank Gehry-designed Princeton library in my article in the Daily Princetonian, the third in a series about the architectural history of the school. 22 more words

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