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Everything is Narrative: Why the Identities of Anonymous Musicians Matter

We don’t know much about dvsn. We think they are a two-person music group, and we think that half of the group is “Hotline Bling” producer Paul Jefferies, otherwise known as Nineteen85. We don’t know who the other member (the … Continue reading

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What We’re Loving – Spring Break 2016

  Side Pony, released in February, is the fifth studio album by Lake Street Dive. Based in Brooklyn, the band stars Racheal Price (vocals), Bridget Kearney (upright bass), Mike Olson (guitar, trumpet), and Mike Calabrese (drums), who met while attending … Continue reading

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If It’s a Drink, It’s Not Dinner: Hollywood Diets and What My Mom Would Say

  Now removed from my city, I spend a lot of time thinking about whether or not Los Angeles is a good home. Of course, when I write “Los Angeles” I mean my Los Angeles. It is not the only … Continue reading

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Share the Stage With Jhumpa Lahiri

We’re pleased to announce an opportunity for students to share the stage with Pulitzer Prize-Winning author Jhumpa Lahiri on April 13, 2016. Those interested should submit poetry or fiction on the theme of  “Cultural Translations: What happens when the values of home … Continue reading

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Submit to Nass Lit

The Nassau Literary Review is pleased to announce that we’re officially open to submissions for our Fall 2016 issue!  All Princeton students are invited and encouraged to submit their own writing and artwork for the issue – be it prose or poetry, digital … Continue reading

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