A Sense of Where You Are - Audio Tour

Posted on July 1, 2016

“A Sense of Where You Are” is an audio tour of Princeton University’s campus created by Margot Yale, Emily Kamen, and Will Lathrop from the Class of 2017.

The podcast was their final project for Performing Environmental Stories, an atelier course offered in Spring 2015 and taught by Jenny Price and Kelly Baum. The podcast chronicles the past and present history of five sites on campus, exploring their changing appearance, uses, and meaning. The stories and histories of these sites are narrated through interviews with Princeton students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members who have passed through these spaces. Although you are welcome to listen to this series in any order or place you please, we recommend listening to each episode at the site being discussed-- find a seat or walk around, keep your eyes open.

Access the podcast on Soundcloud or Search for "A Sense of Where You Are" in the Itunes Podcast app.