To enable simple access to the latest headlines, The Daily Princetonian is pleased to offer RSS feeds to its readers. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a straighforward method for displaying headlines on another website or within a news aggregation program. We offer the following feeds:
Some popular shareware/freeware news aggregation programs include:
- Aggie (Windows)
- AmphetaDesk (Mac OS/Mac OS X/Windows/Unix/Linux)
- Buddy (Mac OS X)
- FeedReader (Windows)
- NetNewsWire Lite (Mac OS X)
- NetNewsWire (Mac OS X)
- NewsGator (Plugin for Microsoft Outlook)
- Pineapple (Mac OS X)
- Radio Userland (Mac OS/Mac OS X/Windows)
For the more technologically inclined, NNTP//RSS is a java application which allows you to use news readers (eg. Mozilla, Outlook Express) to read RSS files.
If you have issues or comments about our RSS feed, please contact the Web Department through our feedback form.