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This Week in Photos: February 8–14

This week, members of the Princeton community protested, asking the University to share their COVID-19 resources. More snow fell, and students went about the second week of classes with social distancing measures in place.  

This week, members of the Princeton community protested, asking the University to share their COVID-19 resources. More snow fell, and students went about the second week of classes with social distancing measures in place. 

VISUAL ESSAY | 02/14/2021

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Can this algorithm help Princeton students find love?

Last month, The Marriage Pact survey promised to find students “their optimal marital back-up plans” through a mathematical algorithm. Today, on Valentine’s Day, we take a look at how the social experiment fared at Princeton.

Last month, The Marriage Pact survey promised to find students “their optimal marital back-up plans” through a mathematical algorithm. Today, on Valentine’s Day, we take a look at how the social experiment fared at Princeton.

PODCAST | 02/14/2021

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Introducing Book-ish: A Prospect podcast

“In the summer before my senior year of high school, I read my first Jane Austen novel, Emma. And I hated it. But this past winter, I read it again, wanting to give it another chance. And I loved it. In this episode, I’ll tell you why.”

“In the summer before my senior year of high school, I read my first Jane Austen novel, Emma. And I hated it. But this past winter, I read it again, wanting to give it another chance. And I loved it. In this episode, I’ll tell you why.”

PODCAST | 02/06/2021

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How to Get Into Princeton in 2020: Miscellaneous

College admissions processes across the country have changed significantly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this series, we meet with first years to discuss what it takes to get into Princeton in these unprecedented times and to hear their best advice on various parts of the application. 

College admissions processes across the country have changed significantly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this series, we meet with first years to discuss what it takes to get into Princeton in these unprecedented times and to hear their best advice on various parts of the application. 

VIDEO | 02/01/2021

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Discussing D.C. Statehood with Professor Paul Frymer

In the aftermath of the Jan. 6 Capitol riots, Democrats began citing the slow response by the D.C. National Guard as a new argument for D.C. Statehood. Politics professor Paul Frymer discusses this movement.

In the aftermath of the Jan. 6 Capitol riots, Democrats began citing the slow response by the D.C. National Guard as a new argument for D.C. Statehood. Earlier this month, Daybreak's Jack Anderson sat down with Princeton politics professor Paul Frymer to discuss the D.C. statehood movement — why it’s important, what precedent it has, and what chance it stands in Congress. 

PODCAST | 01/31/2021

Vlog: Princeton move-in during a pandemic

As students arrive on campus for the second semester, move-in procedures have shifted significantly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, including frequent testing, social distancing protocols, and arrival quarantines for the safety of the community. Follow along with Assistant News Editor Katherine Dailey.

As students arrive on campus for the second semester, move-in procedures have shifted significantly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, including frequent testing, social distancing protocols, and arrival quarantines for the safety of the community. Follow along with Assistant News Editor Katherine Dailey.

VIDEO | 01/25/2021

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Looking back on the Georgia runoffs with Prof. LaFleur Stephens-Dougan

Just two weeks ago, Democrats took control of the Senate with Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff winning runoff elections in Georgia. In this episode, we break down how it happened. We’ll also speak with Politics professor LaFleur Stephens-Dougan about the consequences of this race for southern and black politics. 

PODCAST | 01/20/2021

The intricacies of Indigenous identity and environmental racism | The Orange Table Ep. 5

A candid and personal conversation with Keely Toledo ’22 and Jessica Lambert ’22, co-leaders of Natives at Princeton. The table discusses issues facing the Native community at the University today and how they can be addressed. 

A candid and personal conversation with Keely Toledo ’22 and Jessica Lambert ’22, co-leaders of Natives at Princeton. The table discusses issues facing the Native community at the University today and how they can be addressed. 

VIDEO | 01/17/2021

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Carousel: Arriving at Jadwin Gym

Today, many students arrived on campus for the spring semester. Before entering their Arrival Quarantine, undergraduates stopped by Jadwin Gym to submit a saliva sample for COVID-19 testing. Here's an inside look.

Today, many students arrived on campus for the spring semester. Before entering their Arrival Quarantine, undergraduates stopped by Jadwin Gym to submit a saliva sample for COVID-19 testing. Here's an inside look.

VISUAL ESSAY | 01/16/2021

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Nematodes and Reproductive Aging with Nicole Templeman

In this episode of The Highlights, we're joined by Nicole Templeman, an assistant professor of biology at the University of Victoria. We discuss her most recent publication and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected her lab.

In this episode of The Highlights, we're joined by Nicole Templeman, an assistant professor of biology at the University of Victoria. We discuss her most recent publication and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected her lab.

PODCAST | 01/16/2021

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Unpacking a historic impeachment

Yesterday, President Trump became the first President in U.S. history to be impeached twice by the House of Representatives. Before that historic moment, more than 300 historians and constitutional scholars, including seven Princeton faculty members, signed a joint statement in support of impeachment. Daybreak sat down with three of them to discuss the impeachment’s implications.

Yesterday, President Trump became the first President in U.S. history to be impeached twice by the House of Representatives. Before that historic moment, more than 300 historians and constitutional scholars, including seven Princeton faculty members, signed a joint statement in support of impeachment. Daybreak sat down with three of them to discuss the impeachment’s implications.

PODCAST | 01/14/2021

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Princeton professors discuss American democracy in the wake of Capitol attacks

The Daybreak team takes you through the events on Capitol Hill and discuss what's to come with Princeton professors Keith Whittington and Sean Wilentz.

The Daybreak team takes you through the events on Capitol Hill and discuss what's to come with Princeton professors Keith Whittington and Sean Wilentz.

PODCAST | 01/07/2021

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Georgia votes today. Here's what you need to know.

We've arrived at a day that will shape the federal government for years to come. Listen to today's special election coverage from Daybreak for everything you need to know before results start coming in tonight.

We've arrived at a day that will shape the federal government for years to come. Listen to today's special election coverage of Daybreak for everything you need to know before results start coming in tonight.

PODCAST | 01/05/2021

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The Fog: A Visual Essay

I’m going to find a way not only to survive, but also thrive. Because existence and life doesn’t have to feel like one endless slog up a mountain. And because I know I have the creativity and love and people around me to get there.

PROJECTS | 12/06/2020

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