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Question of the Week: “What is your dream vacation?”

Carin: “I’d love to travel to Australia sometime during our wintertime. It’s a place I’ve never been but have always dreamed of going there. I’d love to travel around that…

Question of the Week: “What are you doing for your father this Father’s Day?”

“We’re planning to give him swim lessons and new flip flops, he needs new ones.” —  Ella Jones, Princeton Joe: “We’re going to play a round of golf at our…

Question of the Week: “What changes have you noticed on campus or in the Princeton Community?”

“I’ve noticed that the areas for students to congregate are updated. Kids can study and work on their computers anywhere. They can eat and watch TV together in common areas…

Question of the Week: “What does Memorial Day mean to you and who are you thinking about today?”

“It means freedom. We have lost so many, so that we can be free. So that we can enjoy all the things that we enjoy. It means freedom of speech,…

Question of the Week: “On a scale of 1 to 10, how concerned are you about climate change?”

  “A seven, because yesterday there was an article in the newspaper about temperature changes in the U.S. In New Jersey the temperature is plus two degrees since 2001 and…

Question of the Week: “What do you think of President Obama’s initiative on sexual assaults on college campuses and how important is it locally?”

“I do think that this federal initiative is extremely important, given the recent news and the sort of anecdotes that have been reported in campus newspapers, but I also think…

Question of the Week: “What are your favorite things about Communiversity?”

Charlie: “The sense of togetherness that it brings in the community and how it brings everyone out on the same day and everyone really meshes well. Everyone gets to see…

Question of the Week: “What brought you to the Princeton Record Exchange?” (Asked at Saturday’s Record Store Day event)

“Getting limited edition releases of stuff that you can’t get any other day and meeting up with other people that love music even as much as you do. It’s like…

Question of the Week: What makes this event special? (Asked during Revolutionary-era military demonstration at Princeton Battlefield)

Wolfgang: “It’s important to remember that the Americans, in their original and truly great spirit, do treasure and value the losses on both sides. The monument on the other side…

Question of the Week: “What is the most important thing to remember about Paul Robeson?”

“His compassion for justice, the love that he had for his father Reverend Robeson, and for his talent and his intellect.”  —Shirley Satterfield, Princeton   “His social activism. He was…