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In Photos: Accessibility on an old campus

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After a long history of no signage around campus, Princeton’s installation of posts displaying accessible paths across campus was a welcome sight to see near the end of the 2022 school year.
Angel Kuo / The Daily Princetonian


The second best thing about the updated accessibility around campus? Paths like this ramp outside of Firestone Library still maintain the University’s collegiate gothic theme.
Louisa Gheorghita / The Daily Princetonian

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The new signage across campus depicting accessible paths can sometimes be a large contrast to the buildings they show.
Jean Shin / The Daily Princetonian

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Although there have been upgrades across campus to help with navigation, installations for areas with less traffic are typically put off until later.
Zehao Wu / The Daily Princetonian

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While Princeton’s original architecture has not been accessible, measures have been put in place to help people navigate antiquated paths. Ramps like these are not fully accessible by ADA code, but they still make it easier for some.
Zehao Wu / The Daily Princetonian

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Rather than completely reconstructing the entrances around the school, signs now direct people to an alternative, more accessible entrances. 
Jean Shin / The Daily Princetonian

Many of the buildings across campus have had automatic door openers installed, making getting to class easier for those who need it.
Louisa Gheorghita / The Daily Princetonian
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