Is everything about us as new as we like to pretend it is after new years? Aren’t we all just the same with a different covering on to hide our true selves? Or are we becoming who we are meant to be? Who knows? What I believe is that this whole resolution thing is bs. Making us feel like we need to change something about ourselves which we most likely do but it’s to the point where we feel like a failure in pur own skin if we don’t change. That’s a load of crap if you ask me.
The chilling effect of the Sony Pictures hack and terrorist threats against The Interview are reverberating. New Regency has scrapped another project that was to be set in North Korea. The untitled thriller, set up in October, was being developed by director Gore Verbinski as a star vehicle for Foxcatcher star Steve Carell. The paranoid thriller written by Steve Conrad was going to start production in March. Insiders tell me that under the current circumstances, it just makes no sense to move forward. The location won’t be transplanted. Fox declined to distribute it, per a spokesman.
This entire debacle makes we wonder how we managed to get away with a Red Dawn remake andTeam America.
The good news, however, is that not everyone is taking this lightly. President Obama publicly encouraged we “go to the movies,” and George R.R. Martin (author of Game of Thrones)
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On Monday, over 300 Princeton students gathered to protest the Ferguson grand jury’s decision not to indict Darren Wilson, the police officer who fatally shot 18 year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, on August 9th.
The Stripes was on the ground, covering the action. Below is a collection of our best shots from the protest, some accompanied by commentary from students who participated.
All photos by Aisha Oxley ’16 for The Stripes
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As the folks from Sexplanations say: stay curious! Know that this is just one drop in the bucket. We encourage you to do your own research and follow the links so you can make your own informed opinion.
Introduction From The Curator
Updates & Notes After Initial Publication
Note (12/1/14 at 11:45 PM EST): Overall goal is to overhaul this post in the coming weeks so that it’s easier to read and further updated—taking into account the many, many comments flowing in. An “archive” GoogleDoc version will be made of its previous iteration for transparency and…
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