Daily Princetonian pieces

STREET: Rule of Four: art history, frustration and young men pruning in ennui

367 words. Originally published Nov. 17, 2011 in The Daily Princetonian. If you like art history, frustration and young men pruning in ennui, “The Rule of Four” might be for you. The novel, penned by two childhood friends who traveled the well-worn path from Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology to Princeton/Harvard and … Continue reading

Intersections posts

TV RECAP: Pretty Little Liars 2×01, “It’s Alive!”

Originally published June 18, 2011 on Intersections. It’s back! It’s back! Just as your internship/job/class/daze ceases to be exciting and lapses into the unbearable, here comes Pretty Little Liars to save your summer. As far as television goes, it’s the perfect summer confection of high drama, unintentional hilarity and pretty people to while the hours … Continue reading

Intersections posts

TV RECAP: Grey’s Anatomy: the musical episode

Originally published April 6, 2011 on Intersections. It’s been a long time since Grey’s was good. Now in its seventh season, the show has soldiered on past embarrassing PR debacles (Google “Isaiah Washington anti-gay slur” or simply “Katherine Heigl” for details) to deliver its unique mix of voice-overs, medical-speak, increasingly ridiculous relationship entanglements and overly … Continue reading