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Sydney Peng / The Daily Princetonian

Communal apartments, visa troubles, and becoming nocturnal: International students try to ‘make it work’

This semester, international students continue to take classes with their American peers, now crossing oceans and time zones just to call into a Tuesday lecture. The Daily Princetonian sat down with seven of these students to learn more about their sleep schedules, visa concerns, and hopes for the spring.

FEATURES | November 23

Professor Rob Pringle in the water near his house.
Courtesy of Professor Rob Pringle

Outdoor lectures, themed suits, and the ecology of egg rolls: Professor Pringle gets inventive with online teaching

EEB students face the challenge of engaging in outdoor exploration during this online semester. But Associate Professor Rob Pringle is determined to bring the outdoors to his students. He delivers every EEB 321 lecture outside — rain or shine. 

FEATURES | November 22

Out of the 444 respondents who are voting, 86 percent are casting their ballots for Joe Biden. About 8 percent are voting for Donald Trump, while 3.8 percent are voting for another candidate.
Khadijah Anwar / The Daily Princetonian

Election Day has arrived. 469 students told us how they were voting.

On the eve of the 2020 Presidential Election, The Daily Princetonian shares data gathered from a survey of the undergraduate student body, asking about voting plans, registration status, and views on the presidential candidates. The 469 respondents painted a picture of unenthusiastic support, passionate disapproval, and wholehearted civic engagement.

FEATURES | November 3

University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 and then-Trustee Brent Henry ’69 stand together at the dedication of “Double Sights” in Oct. 2019.
Jon Ort / The Daily Princetonian

‘Committee, committee, committee’: After five years, Princeton’s approach to institutional reform hasn’t changed

On Sept. 2, President Eisgruber laid out how his administration would “combat systemic racism” — announcing plans that resemble the University’s response to the Black Justice League in 2015. With insight from the students, alumni, and stakeholders who sat on the previous iteration of committees, The Daily Princetonian unravels a convoluted story of college governance, layers upon layers of committees, and the difficulties that impede institutional change.

FEATURES | September 24

Courtesy of Wikimedia

Two Princeton teams, one mission: the fight to create fairer election outcomes

As data collection for this year’s census draws to a close, focus is shifting towards the use of that data in determining electoral representation. Two Princeton-based groups, the Princeton Gerrymandering Project and Representable, are working to stop the threat of partisan redistricting, a practice commonly known as gerrymandering.

FEATURES | August 13

Harsimran Makkad / The Daily Princetonian

Princeton businesses received over $200M in PPP loans. Some are still struggling.

The U-Store, Tower Club, McCarter Theatre,  Princeton Theological Seminary, Small World Coffee, Labyrinth Books, Jammin’ Crepes, and the Princeton Record Exchange all received loans of over $150,000. Several small business owners told the ‘Prince’ that this lifeline, while helpful, wasn’t enough. 

FEATURES | August 6