Princeton Clothes for a Princeton DayPosted: January 19, 2013
After a lengthy computer science project and yet another paper on pop culture and death, my Reading Period work came to an end. Excuse our appearance if we seem a little scroungy, Dean’s Date is always a messy affair. To combat the stress and in celebration of our second to last Dean’s Date, Lucas and I sported Princeton colors in preppy staples.
I love all of interesting details on Princeton’s campus. The first window is behind The Bendheim Center for Finance, and I would be willing to bet that very few people know about it since it’s so tucked away. It’s very picturesque in a stone cottage sort of way. It probably doesn’t hurt architecturally that Bendheim used to be an eating club. As for the ivy-colored wall, it’s so easy to pass by it and never notice it since it’s at the busy intersection of Washington and McCosh. I love the way the ivy triangulates — it reminds me of the Secret Garden in a way.