A note from the 135th Managing Board - News
| June 13, 2011The Daily Princetonian Board of Trustees has named Managing Editor Ameena Schelling ’12 editor-in-chief of the 135th Managing Board.
A 'Prince' public editor - Opinion
| February 03, 2011The 'Prince" would do well to appoint a public editor to examine the most serious concerns regarding coverage.
Yes we can (write) - Opinion
| December 08, 2010I’m sick of people complaining about the poor quality of opinion columns in The Daily Princetonian. They’re right, but nevertheless it irritates me.
Brian Smith: A quarter-century behind the presses at the ‘Prince’ - News
| May 14, 2010When the last copy of this issue of The Daily Princetonian left the press at The Princeton Packet’s office on Witherspoon Street this morning, it marked the end of an era. Brian Smith, the production manager and only non-student currently employed by the ‘Prince,’ is leaving his position after 24 years of service.
Smith was hired from the Packet in 1986 to take over for the legendary Larry DuPraz, who had spent 40 years in various positions with the newspaper. After a six-month trial period, Smith began working full-time in what he called a very “hands-on” job.
What the ‘Prince’ prints - Opinion
| May 10, 2010In other words, the fact that ‘Prince’ discourse is not by itself sufficient to bring about meaningful change on campus should not distract us from that fact that having a permanent, socially accepted, more-or-less trusted print forum is an indispensable cog in the larger machine that, when operating properly, does bring about meaningful change.