Almost every weekend, rain or shine, Princeton students slowly but surely make their way to Prospect Avenue. Though each club has its own unique reputation and stereotype, every student has come in contact with the constant presence of club security guards. Most students call them bouncers, some call them friends. Out of the eleven clubs on the Street, 1080Princeton visited the security guards of the self-proclaimed Glorious Tiger Inn to speak to them about Princeton students, State Night, and cigars.
“Hey man, have a good night.” “Have a good night.”
Every year, Terrace Food Club hosts its Drag Ball, which explores the dimensions of gendered aesthetic. I sought to understand what that means for different people by profiling various participants and documenting their experiences.