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BWW Blog: 6 Ways to Build a Routine That Embraces the Virtual College Experience
September 14, 2020

College without campus, community and the energy of student life is not easy. But for college students, our lack of normalcy doesna??t mean that our semester cana??t still feel meaningful.

BWW Blog: 5 Ways to Prepare for a Successful Online Semester
August 28, 2020

The new school year is so close, and for some college students, classes have already started! I always love back to school times because I love organizing and falling into a new routine, but this year is obviously very different for most of us.

BWW Blog: Creating Theater That Fully Embraces the Virtual Format
August 17, 2020

When this pandemic started, my initial reaction to virtual theater was fairly skeptical.

BWW Blog: The Princeton Triangle Club - My Family of Laughter
August 3, 2020

When I came to Princeton my Freshman year, there was one club I knew I had to join. I had spent hours that summer watching videos on the Princeton Triangle Cluba??s website and looking at old production clips and photos.

BWW Blog: Using Unstructured Time to Grow in Productive and Creative Ways
July 20, 2020

I think a lot of us get caught up in the a?oeschedulinga?? of our lives. At least I do! But, sometimes it is equally as important to have unstructured time to fill with both reflection and all the things we never have time to do

BWW Blog: The Excuse of Tradition and the Urgent Work that Universities, Theaters, and Student Groups Must Do
June 30, 2020

My school's continued embrace of traditions seemed to be what made Princeton special and set it apart from other universities. 

BWW Blog: How the Pandemic Popped the Princeton Bubble
June 3, 2020

It was on Wednesday, March 11th that Princeton announced to students that the rest of the 2020 Spring semester would be virtual. By the time that Wednesday rolled around, not only were Princeton students knee-deep in midterms and excitedly preparing for Spring Break, but the reality of the virus was quickly settling in.