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Alone in 1967 Hall: What it's like to test positive on Princeton's campus

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Sophia Colmenares / The Daily Princetonian

Over 50 percent of the student body has resided on or near campus for the past month and a half. In that time, the University testing program has been in full swing. But what happens to students if they test positive for the coronavirus? We talked to Malcolm Blinder, a member of the class of 2022 who had that misfortune, to find out.  


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