Uncovering Ink: Tattoos of Princeton

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By Allegra Dobson

Princeton is often considered a very preppy place.  But it’s also diverse on many different levels, including how students express themselves.  Tattoos are one form of expression that have become ever more common in the past decade, shifting from being considered counter-culture to normal.  This photo essay shows a selection of different tattoos from a wide variety of people on campus, from undergraduates to professors– revealing what may normally be covered. 

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“Cueing Ashlyn” Teaser

A teaser of 1080p team member Lydia Cornett’s thesis documentary, “Cueing Ashlyn”

“Cueing Ashlyn” is a portrait of a family’s efforts to communicate with their 5-year-old deaf daughter, Ashlyn, in the midst of a continuous medical battle.

A screening of Lydia’s documentary— free and open to the public — will be held on Saturday, May 7, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. at the James M. Stewart ’32 Theater at 185 Nassau Street.