From New York to Washington, D.C.: A Wintersession Photo Essay

With such a fast-paced semester, its hard to get out of town and sightsee, or even just learn a new hobby. Luckily, Wintersession can be a remedy to that. While there are plenty of on-campus activities to do during the two-week program, some students take advantage of the trips that go to the cities nearby. Take a look to see one photographers trip to New York City and Washington, D.C. 

Smithsonian National Museum of Asian Art Day Trip 

The walk to the Smithsonian also included some architectural sightseeing, introducing students to the Neoclassical style of Washington D.C., a far cry from Princeton’s gothic structures.
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Students walk towards Smithsonian museums with the iconic Capitol Building in the background. 
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Curator Debra Diamond of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art leads a group of students on a journey of discovery through the museum’s latest exhibition. 
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At less than a mile away, students had the chance to pass by the Washington Monument on their trip to the Smithsonian.
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 Museum of Modern Art Day Trip 

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Despite looking like a typical Manhattan streetside, the Museum of Modern Art contains 6 floors of one of the most comprehensive collections of modern and contemporary art in the world. 
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AI is constantly painting a new piece at this exhibit on the Museum of Modern Art’s first floor.
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Exploring the boundaries of contemporary art at the Museum of Modern Art’s latest exhibit.
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