Better Than: Watching two full days of rock docs. At the 12th annual EMP Pop Conference at Tisch School of the Arts on Friday afternoon, Princeton professor Alexandra Vazquez was presenting on Superstorm Sandy, remaining structures of colonialism, and Cuban-American salsa singer La Lupe, also k ... More >>
The past week has been a big one for thinking and talking about marriage. At the same time as the nation has been gripped in the same-sex marriage debate, another conversation has been playing out on the sidelines--not about who people should marry, but when. The chatter started at the end of last ... More >>
By Reed Fischer Talk to Rhymesayers royalty Brother Ali lately and he's likely to sound like he's on the campaign trail. In a sense, he is. On Tuesday, September 18, music fans will have an important decision to make. The right one would be to pick up Ali's fifth album, Mourning in America and Drea ... More >>
Remember the "Ground Zero mosque" that wasn't just a mosque but actually a community center but still had people enraged back in 2010 because they thought it would be a victory monument to terrorism? We hadn't really thought about it much recently, either -- until today, when we heard that Imam Fei ... More >>
Killing livelihoods and a $2.5 billion industry, the feds attack Internet gambling
Occupy Princeton -- which, yes, it exists -- mic-checked a J.P. Morgan recruiting event on Wednesday and a Goldman Sachs event, above, on Thursday. This is similar to what happened at Harvard recently, though we haven't found a bizarrely pro-Goldman editorial in The Daily Princetonian yet.
On November 18, we started a new feature here on Fridays: the Voice has obtained hundreds of copies of L. Ron Hubbard's previously unpublished "Orders of the Day," which he gave to crew members as he sailed the Mediterranean. Our documents cover the period from 1968 to 1971, and this time we're look ... More >>
"And you gave me a scholarship, didn't you?"Tuition at the famed Bronx prep school Riverdale -- once home to the likes of Chevy Chase and Carly Simon -- totals $40,450 for the coming school year, making it the first of New York City's important people-makers to charge more than $40,000 annual ... More >>
The veteran choreographer brings Frame Dances and Adamantine to the Baryshnikov Arts Center
Yesterday was fun, huh? The afternoon games produced four gems that will be cherished by their school's old, lonely alumni while on their deathbeds. First, Matt Howard helped Butler, last year's runners-up, beat Old Dominion (which we think is a decommissioned vessel from the War of 1812) 60-58 on ... More >>
Chaos, as usual. Pics by Rebecca.From our first delightful encounter with Israeli cock-rockers Monotonix, in a trashy Texas dirtpit at a 2008 party called Fuck by Fuck You, we knew they were special. It was there that we first witnessed frontman Ami Shalev's maniacal hijinks and first saw dru ... More >>
Yesterday, we brought you a brief but compelling excerpt from Decoded, the autobiography-slash-annotated-lyric-sheet of a book Jay-Z will be releasing through Spiegel & Grau on November 16th. Now comes word that one day prior, on Monday, November 15th, Shawn Carter will be at the New York Pub ... More >>
But the empirical method thwarts theatermakers again
photobucket/U25 A new Princeton University study conducted by psychology professor Bart Hobel demonstrates that high-fructose corn syrup leads not only to increased weight gain, but to other problems as well.
Experimental drumming for the most experimental house
More definitions, and credit given to Matt Groening for his Mexican love
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. November 19, 1958, Vol. IV, No. 4 The Beat Debated By Marc D. Schleifer "Let the cats in," someone shouted, while an overflow crowd of hundreds pushed against doors barred by anxious college girls. The place was Hunter College Playhouse on ... More >>
Why Rutgers deserves more New York love, and Notre Dame less
It's for our city's own cultural good, a new (only slightly sluggish) academic study asserts
Bioethics matures into a formal academic fieldand faces an identity crisis
After years of neglect from the mainstream, queer lit undergoes a renaissance
It's ready, set, interrogate for Alito and Team Bush
Verbatim: A sampler of meaningless statements by Samuel Alito
Bushs pick to succeed Greenspan is a resident 'free thinker'
Where does African American studies go from here?
From a lingering case of boarding school nerves to quirky pleasures of the middle ages
As Harvard Prez ignites women-in-science flap, this writer recalls her path to M.I.T.
Mnookin, Friel, and Falk attempt to explain the faults of a black-and-blue Gray Lady
Enviros hope 'The Day After Tomorrow' will change the climate regarding climate
Don't try this at home: The end of the world as we know it is just a term paper away
On the Rights of Those Not Yet Designed
Brainiacs Around the World Apply Themselves to the Mathematical Challenge That Dared Not Speak Its NameUntil Now!
Cosmic Profs Beat The Clock
The Business Behind the Gates-West Power Play
A Dostoyevskian Dilemma, or The Nature of the Beast
The Fight to Make Morning-After Pills Available Over the Counter
WFAN Takes On Novembers Favorite Sport
Slow Racial Progress and a Cloud of Dust
The Timess Crusade Against Ralph Nader
Whiteball Lives in the NCAA