The Camel Coat
After spending their childhood playing online games, students at Choate Rosemary Hall will soon be able to live inside one. When the academic year begins next autumn, the tony Connecticut prep school will open the Kohler Environmental Center, a living-learning facility where teams of students will compete with one another to see who can live most energy efficiently. Think of it as a sort of SimCity meets Survivor: Wallingford.
“Happy 10th Anniversary SJP” cake presented by SJP alumni for the four founding directors at the final banquet. From left: Richard Just ‘01, Rich Tucker ‘01, Greg Mancini ‘01 and Michael Koike ‘01
The 2011 edition of The Princeton Summer Journal — a special 10th anniversary issue — is now online.
First peek, Truer at Clifford Gallery, twenty one works in ‘A Fine Line: Private Lives for Public View’.
I wIsh I could bring all of you here.
Truer has existed most vibrantly online, especially in the way it has been seen, shared, re-blogged and commented on, by my Tumblr community. I’m forever grateful to you all for this. To now see the work in it’s entirety, beautiful printed and installed – after so many times being restricted to a single image – is a moving experience for me.
A Fine Line: Private Lives for Public View
November 11 - December 18
Nov. 16th - Artist talk - 4:30, Opening reception - 6pm
Participating Artists: Sophia Wallace, Catherine Opie, Jo Ann Santangelo, Jason Hanasik
Curated by: Benae Beamon ‘11, Jamie Bergeron and Linn Underhill
“I’m 19 years old and I lost $20,000 for my 1st year of college. I had 2 surgeries. In order for me to keep my health insurance, I either need to go back to school, or find a job.
College taught me nothing I couldn’t learn online for free, and I will NOT sell myself to a corporation.
Something is wrong with society, and neither do most of my friends, or family realize it.
I am the 99%