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@_cuniculiculture_

aestival 🌞 #almostsummer #yesterday

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@maddiewu10

some late night debussy vibesss #steinway #piano

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@nyemawww

even with the heels i be lookin smol (PC: @janelle_spence)

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@ranweizoe

Lights from Steven Holl #stevenholl #lights #lighting #concrete #architecture

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@sherryromanzi

When they told me that one day I'd become my mother, I never thought that would include synchronized blinking

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@sydneyalxis

The Sydney:Dan ratio on Julia's Instagram is pretty much 2:1 now. I guess she and I really are each other's #weekdayboyfriends. 😂💛 #itsofficial #notagympic #wcw

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@stylishgambino

@kotamiofficial

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@_eliberman_

mean green tired teen (1) 📸: @codyamezcua

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@princeton_university

#TellUsTigers: "One day during my first year, I got the worst call I have ever received. Princeton, papers and everything else paled in comparison. I lost a friend. Even today, I think about where my friend would be: the day she would have returned from her semester abroad, the day she would have graduated and started the next chapter of her life. Losing her shattered my perception of what struggling with mental health looks like. I thought a struggle was something you could see, but I learned it could be hidden behind a smile, a big laugh and awesome combat boots. The production of the musical "Next to Normal" at the Lewis Center for the Arts is dedicated to her and friends we have lost during our time at Princeton. @KatieFrorer '18 (right) & I perform in the show & @magz.stankowska '18 (center) is the stage manager. "Next to Normal" chronicles the ripples that a struggle with mental illness sends through a family. The show deals with not only bipolar disorder but also high expectations, caretaking and what love can look like. Katie, Magda and I are drawn to the show for distinct reasons yet united in our belief that its themes make it important to perform now. We believe it can open the doors to the conversation the #PrincetonU community needs to have. In conjunction with Mental Health Week at Princeton, performances take place Feb. 16, 19 & 20. After the Feb. 19 performance, Sabine Kastner, prof. of psychology & the Princeton Neuroscience Institute, will lead a talkback. I want to share with everyone — incoming and current students, faculty, staff, community members — that, truly, everyone is struggling. This does not preclude you from being happy. In fact, realizing this may actually make you happier. Accept that you will make mistakes and recognize that your best is good enough. Self-care may not have a deadline or a grade but must be a priority. I will leave Princeton with a degree, network and plans to attend law school, but this will always be the most valuable lesson Princeton has taught me." — Kat Giordano '18 (@kattycake13); 📸: Justin Goldberg @PrincetonArts #Princetagram For mental health concerns, call University Health Services at 609-258-3141.

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@propicalstormallie

#tbt to Etched in Skin, @princetonarts where I made fish fillets out of milk jello! #propped #princetonarts #fakenbake

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@drumto2009

Teching this little music event that doesn't need much set-up or any support. (That worked out well.) #theaterlife

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@drumto2009

Dinner al fresco, and with a view because it's 90 degrees out.

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@princetonarts

THE NAME OF THE GAME: Senior Clark Griffin presents an evening of dance choreographed in collaboration with his cast, student dancers Sophie Blue ’21, Sam Grayson ’21, Jhor van der Horst ’19, James Jared ’19, & Jacqueline Kopra ’18. Thursday & Friday, February 22 & 23 at 8:30 pm / Saturday, February 24 at 6:00 PM & 9:00 pm in the Hearst Dance Theater of the Lewis Arts complex. Photos by Larry Levanti.

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@weinbergmusic

Best first rehearsal ever! Pumped to have @eighthblackbird around for the next week - love these amazing humans 😍

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@wingkto

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