April 11, 2011 | Princeton Major Choices Handbook | Article

I always knew that some version of science lay in my future. As a freshman, I envisioned concentrating in physics or molecular biology. Then I became fascinated with modern and contemporary art: Professor Robert Lubar’s “History of Modern Art” class exposed me to a new language. I could not ignore the desire to learn this foreign language or, more appropriately, to look at life and art with this foreign eye.” More

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