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@jeffwhetstone

Princeton photo finals. Fashion behind the camera matters too.

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@gscroyalty

pop out when i want to

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@mayakerenmusic

Free jamz with my wife #powerroomates

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@katherine__miao

Perks of living in the annex ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ

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@abel_barry

scheming about art

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@justaspann

Fefu and her Friends. McLean House. 4/12-15. Sold out BUT dm me for wait list tix for a chance to see what I do with this croquet mallet ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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@marshalld.schaff

Making my own way, one late night at a time. Btw, I made a new photography account so if you want to follow that as well. @k.m.d.s.photography

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@joyhelenachen

Realizing, about 2.573 days into 2018, that this was probably not gonna be my year lmao

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@princeton

#PrincetonU is celebrating the opening of the Lewis Arts complex with A Festival of the Arts. Follow along by watching today's Instagram Story and tagging #PrincetonArts.

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@nunokawaj

Lewis Center from Wawa

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@juiiayu

๐ŸŒ— Fluctuating between self-doubt and self-affirmation ๐ŸŒ“

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@princetonarts

Drop by the Lewis Arts complex forum today for a bake sale to benefit @unitedway!

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@wishfulnostalgia

is it ever too early to plug a show? #Odyssey will have fun shadow puppetry! get hyped! ........or not bc expectation management is a thing i guess wow i hope i do this show justice #sleepystressedthoughts #sodonewiththissemester

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@princetonarts

Sculptor Marc Andre Robinsonโ€™s exquisitely detailed work is on view in โ€œBeneath The Surface,โ€ an exhibition in the Hurley Gallery through December 16th.

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@princetonarts

"Miles Gloriosus started as an experiment in translation -- how closely could we translate the Latin of Republican Rome into American vernacular while retaining the text's natural energy and vulgarity? In searching for the answer, we found a text that was brimming with opportunities for slapstick, dirty jokes, and even commentary on gender, servitude, and the fragility of power. What became most clear, however, was not just that the work of Plautus deserved to be read, but it deserved to be performed and enjoyed.โ€ Senior Jack Busche is the talented translator and director of Miles Gloriosus, which opens tomorrow evening in the Wallace Theater at 8pm. The show is FREE and open to the public. Come one, come all!! Reserve seats @ tickets.princeton.edu

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