A Community of Creation: an Interview with Farminary Director, Professor Nate Stuckey

The Farminary is a twenty-one acre sustainable farm on Princeton Pike that offers courses to Princeton Seminary students about the intersection of faith and agriculture. At the Farminary, students receive a unique approach to theological education. It is directed by

Where Does Your Food Come From?: An Investigation of Dining Hall Sources

There is no shortage of publicity from dining services about its efforts to improve the environmental footprint of the food Princeton students consume daily. If you’ve been in any of the dining halls in the past year, you’ve probably noticed

On Unlimited Justice: A Conversation with Jennicet Gutiérrez

On April 5th, Jennicet Gutiérrez, an immigrant rights and transgender rights activist, spoke  at Princeton University about injustice of immigrant detention centers, organizing for social change, and a 2015 White House protest that briefly propelled her into the national spotlight.

Undoing the Nuclear Option: An Interview with Dr. Zia Mian

The Prog’s Chris Russo sat down with Dr. Zia Mian of Princeton’s Program on Science and Security. A physicist by education, Dr. Mian has published books and articles on nuclear non-proliferation, with an emphasis on the science of nuclear technology, His

A War to End All (Class) Wars: Lessons from the Second International

Just over a century ago, a revolutionary event took a conflict-ridden world by storm, calling into question the orthodoxies that defined the political discourse of each society. The Russian Revolution, against all odds and in defiance of nearly universal expectations