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Tuesday, October 19

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The University’s COVID-19 dashboard classified campus risk status for the virus as “Low.”  In an email sent Wednesday, University health officials noted that mask guidances may change in November if students remain “vigilant.”

The University’s COVID-19 dashboard classified campus risk status for the virus as “Low.”  In an email sent Wednesday, University health officials noted that mask guidances may change in November if students remain “vigilant.”


Currently, the Council is deciding whether to add curb extensions and make permanent the change of Witherspoon Street from a two-way to a one-way. This construction plan would accommodate increased pedestrian space and outdoor dining. 

Currently, the Council is deciding whether to add curb extensions and make permanent the change of Witherspoon Street from a two-way to a one-way. This construction plan would accommodate increased pedestrian space and outdoor dining. 



David Card, from his interview with U.C. Berkeley about his reception of half of the 2021 Nobel prize in economics
By Roxanne Makasdjian and Alan Toth for the University of California, Berkeley / Wikimedia Commons

A graduate alumnus and former University faculty member, David Card was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences “for his empirical contributions to labor economics.” He sat with the ‘Prince’ to discuss his prize, his career, and Princeton’s influence on his work.  

A graduate alumnus and former University faculty member, David Card was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences “for his empirical contributions to labor economics.” He sat with the ‘Prince’ to discuss his prize, his career, and Princeton’s influence on his work. 


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Beth Yeager in a game against UConn.
Ryan Samson / GoPrincetonTigers

Staff writers Julia Ngyuen and Nolan Musslewhite and Head Sports Editor Tom Salotti recap the Tigers wins and losses from the weekend.

Staff writers Julia Ngyuen and Nolan Musslewhite and Head Sports Editor Tom Salotti recap the Tigers wins and losses from the weekend. 


Cheese pizza slices from six Princeton locations.
TOP left to right: Conte’s Pizza, D’Angelo Italian Market, Jules Thin Crust Pizza
BOTTOM left to right: Nomad Pizza, Pizza Den, Proof
Maria Khartchenko / The Daily Princetonian

I sampled a classic slice of cheese pizza from six establishments in town. In alphabetical order, they are Conte’s Pizza, D’Angelo Italian Market, Jules Thin Crust Pizza, Nomad Pizza, Pizza Den, and Proof. 

I sampled a classic slice of cheese pizza from six establishments in town. In alphabetical order, they are Conte’s Pizza, D’Angelo Italian Market, Jules Thin Crust Pizza, Nomad Pizza, Pizza Den, and Proof. 


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