Daily Princetonian: Reading ‘Whistling Vivaldi’ as an upperclassman

Whistling Vivaldi

Every year Princeton University requires its incoming class to read a book. As an orientation leader, I was also required to read the book. To read my frustrated, dynamic take on Claude Steele’s book of social psychology, Whistling Vivaldi, click here.

To read this week’s entire issue of Street, the arts and features section of The Daily Princetonian, click here.


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