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The sun sets over 201 Nassau Street a brown brick building with a gray stone gothic arch. The numbers "201" are above the door.

Response rate falls in first We Speak survey on sexual misconduct in five years

The University released the We Speak survey for the 2021–2022 academic year with changes in the data released from previous years. Reasons provided by non-respondents for their choice not to participate included that they were too busy to participate and that they felt that the University would not act upon We Speak data.

The University released the We Speak survey for the 2021–2022 academic year with changes in the data released from previous years. Reasons provided by non-respondents for their choice not to participate included that they were too busy to participate and that they felt that the University would not act upon We Speak data.

DATA | December 7

A silver water dispenser with green and white calcium buildup in the foreground, with a sign reading "Freshly Filtered Water" in the background.

Despite student complaints, campus water fountains are safe to drink from

On Oct. 28, the Daily Princetonian collected and tested water from 38 drinking fountains from around campus using a Walfront multifunction digital water tester.

On Oct. 28, the Daily Princetonian collected and tested water from 38 drinking fountains from around campus using a Walfront multifunction digital water tester.

DATA | December 7

Vice presidential candidate in front of Princeton shielded podium. U.S. flag behind him.

VP candidates want to change the academic calendar. Here are the facts.

Following USG vice presidential discussion around the academic calendar, the ‘Prince’ looked at final exams and start dates of Princeton and Ivy League institutions.

Following USG vice presidential discussion around the academic calendar, the ‘Prince’ looked at final exams and start dates of Princeton and Ivy League institutions.

DATA | December 4

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A large stone building with a large window in the center of the building is featured. The building has a red door, which a person is walking in front of.

‘Our community has become a commodity’: How Princeton’s historically Black community is fading

A ‘Prince’ investigation found that after the 2010 revaluation, property taxes in the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood increased by over $1,700 on average, nearly a 25 percent increase from the previous year.

A ‘Prince’ investigation found that after the 2010 reevaluation, property taxes in the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood increased by over $1,700 on average, nearly a 25 percent increase from the previous year.

DATA | November 10

A white Ford Transit Connect with a "Princeton University Facilities" sticker on the side sits parked behind Baker Rink. It is night and there is dim lighting.

Do residential colleges have enough custodial staff?

The Daily Princetonian examined the number of custodians working in each residential college, finding that Rockefeller College has the most students per custodian of the residential colleges.

The Daily Princetonian examined the number of custodians working in each residential college, finding that Rockefeller College has the most students per custodian of the residential colleges.

DATA | November 5