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Happy Friday, Tigers! #Princetagram
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#TellUsTigers: “I first started belly dancing when my mom and I looked on our TV's On Demand workout videos and found a ‘Belly Dance Cardio Blast.’ I had danced when I was younger, and upon arriving at Princeton, I became set on diving back into it. I auditioned for one of the bigger groups - it was truly embarrassing. But at Tiger Night, I saw Raks Odalisque - Princeton's student belly dancing troupe - perform a medley of songs including ‘Toxic’ by Britney Spears and decided to try out for fun. It was in the first few weeks of college, I was far from home, and I knew I wanted to branch out of my comfort zone. It turns out all the weird tummy rolling I did in high school to keep my stomach from growling audibly in class is a valued skill in the world of belly dance! In this photo, I'm not actually dancing in a piece but rather playing around for the photographer. I'm normally very self-conscious of my body, but while I'm dancing is one of the rare times I feel confident and beautiful. In belly dance, it's not about what my body looks like, but what it can do. I love the precision of belly dance, the manipulation of my body to isolate different muscles, the illusions I can create that wow an audience. Few people realize that belly dance originated with women dancing for other women in fertility rituals and other ceremonies in the Middle East, Mediterranean and Africa. Since then, it has spread all over the world, incorporating many other styles of dance - gymnastics, lyrical, gothic, Latin, and hip hop fusions of belly dance. My favorite is tribal fusion, which is a dark and intense variant focused on isolations. I often get sucked into watching YouTube videos of belly dance, and I love to see how it has evolved from its roots to a global and vast art. While there are male belly dancers, I view the modern art as a sort of celebration of the female body by women, for women, embracing our bodies - all shapes, sizes, ages and ethnicities - and testing the limits of what we can do with them given a sick beat and a hip scarf.” - Taylor Myers (@taylymye), Class of 2017, chemistry major (Photo by @noelvphoto, Princeton alumnus '82 *86) #Princetagram
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ghtanaka : You have nothing to be self-conscious about
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We're enjoying some lunch before our next class. #Princetagram
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Enjoying some of the sun before the rain storm comes this afternoon #Princetagram
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sofi.martinez13 : Beautiful campus ❤️❤️❤️ Can't wait to attend there!
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We're celebrating Earth Day throughout the day on campus. Come out and join us! #Princetagram
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lizzie.myers : Happy Earth Day and Passover💕
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#TellUsTigers: “I started playing the harp when I was 12, after about six years of playing piano. My school principal gave my mom a harp CD that featured the harp in different genres - Latin, jazz, new age and more. I begged my parents to allow me to play. When I was in middle school, both my grandfather and grandmother died within a span of a couple months. I had the honor to play at each of their funerals. This was particularly special for me because it was my grandfather who had initially inspired me to play. Cara Souto, one of my best friends and fellow harpist, is next to me in this picture at a Princeton University Orchestra rehearsal. I knew when I came to Princeton that music was going to stay a large part of my life. Practicing or rehearsing forces you to get out of your academics and the stress of Princeton and really focus on creating something beautiful. We have to move the harps from Woolworth (the music building) to Richardson Auditorium for rehearsals and performances. Harps weigh about 80 pounds, and we use dollies to wheel them across campus. If you ever see me rolling a harp across campus, say hi and maybe hold open the door for me! You can also come hear the orchestra perform Strauss' ‘Death and Transfiguration’ and Shostakovich's ‘Symphony No. 5’ at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Saturday, April 21 and 23, in Richardson. — Julia Schorn (@sunlandic_kisses), Class of 2017, psychology major #Princetagram
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On campus we can find gorgeous buildings from all angles. #Princetagram
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Today was another great day for us to study or take a break outside. There are so many locations to choose from! #Princetagram
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Today is a great day to enjoy our class outside. #Princetagram
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#TellUsTigers: "Museum storage depots are one of my favorite places to spend time. Most are tight on space and usually stuffed to the gills with objects - behind cabinet doors, inside boxes, wrapped in tissue paper. Things are usually labeled with accession numbers, so you often don't know what is inside until you open it. Every covering, therefore, has the possibility of hiding some fascinating new object that might change your understanding of art, history and culture. (Once I was researching in the Berlin Ethnologisches Museum where there is a whole wall of cabinets containing 1,000-year-old sewing baskets from the central coast of Peru. One by one I opened them, standing on top of a ladder and getting more and more bleary-eyed. As I neared the end, I lifted a lid to find a severed mummy hand inside! Admittedly someone had written 'Vorsicht, Mumienhand!' on a nearby Post-it note, but perhaps these are the pitfalls of being a scholar of objects from civilizations without texts!) The artifacts I'm holding in this photo, taken at the Princeton University Art Museum, are conopas made by the Inca civilization and perhaps dating from the 1400s or 1500s. They may just seem like small llamas carved from stone, but they were actually perceived to be powerful hearth gods by the Incas and were the most important part of a child's inheritance. If a family took care of their conopas, the conopas would ensure the prosperity of their herds. Even now I'm sometimes dumbfounded to hold an object in my hands and come to terms with the weight of its life history." - Andrew Hamilton (@aloysiusbear83), lecturer in the Council of the Humanities and Art and Archaeology, and Cotsen Postdoctoral Fellow in the Society of Fellows #Princetagram
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