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Princeton president Christopher Eisgruber ’83 discusses expansion of STEM and affirmative action

Eisgruber, in the first part of a two-part interview with The Daily Princetonian, stated that the expansion of the engineering school was his top priority for the next five years. He also reflected on current debates on the affirmative action case being heard in the Supreme Court. 

Eisgruber, in the first part of a two-part interview with The Daily Princetonian, stated that the expansion of the engineering school was his top priority for the next five years. He also reflected on current debates on the affirmative action case being heard in the Supreme Court. 

NEWS | November 15

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A project for Indigenous Peoples Day

“This project could not possibly exhaust the stories of Native peoples at Princeton, nor does it aim to. Instead it marks a re-commitment by the ‘Prince’ to welcome Native and Indigenous Princetonians into our paper, on their own terms.”

“This project could not possibly exhaust the stories of Native peoples at Princeton, nor does it aim to. Instead it marks a re-commitment by the ‘Prince’ to welcome Native and Indigenous Princetonians into our paper, on their own terms.”

PROJECTS | October 10

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The Class of 2026, by the numbers: Our annual frosh survey

Over 20 percent of frosh survey respondents reported cheating at some point in high school; just 8.2 percent intend to study the humanities; and 43.3 percent have had COVID-19. The ‘Prince’ analyzed 136,000 data points and synthesized the story of the class of 2026.

Over 20 percent of frosh survey respondents reported cheating at some point in high school; just 8.2 percent in the humanities; and 43.3 percent have had COVID-19. The ‘Prince’ analyzed 136,000 data points and synthesized the story of the class of 2026.

PROJECTS | September 21

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140 Years of Princeton History

At The Daily Princetonian, we’re used to focusing on the present — reporting on stories that unfold as we write. With this project, we took a step back and immersed ourselves in our print archives in the hope of better understanding the journey the ‘Prince’ and the University have been on over the past 140 years.

At The Daily Princetonian, we’re used to focusing on the present — reporting on stories that unfold as we write. With this project, we took a step back and immersed ourselves in our print archives in the hope of better understanding the journey the ‘Prince’ and the University have been on over the past 140 years.

PROJECTS | September 6

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Introducing a new text-to-speech feature for our readers

This feature can be found at the top of every ‘Prince’ article and is currently supported on mobile and desktop browsers. Listeners can speed up or slow down the narration based on their preferences.

This feature can be found at the top of every ‘Prince’ article and is currently supported on mobile and desktop browsers. Listeners can speed up or slow down the narration based on their preferences.

PROJECTS | May 11

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The Class of 2022, by the numbers: Our inaugural senior survey

Thirty six percent of senior survey respondents reported violating the Honor Code at some point in their four years at Princeton; 69.6 percent reported having had sex; and 88.9 percent would again choose to attend Princeton if they could go back in time. The ‘Prince’ analyzed 60,000 data points and synthesized the story of the senior class.

Thirty six percent of senior survey respondents reported violating the Honor Code at some point in their four years at Princeton; 69.6 percent reported having had sex; and 88.9 percent would again choose to attend Princeton if they could go back in time. The ‘Prince’ analyzed 60,000 data points and synthesized the senior class.

PROJECTS | April 29

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queer remembrances, queer futures

The Daily Princetonian’s latest special issue: “Queer Remembrances, Queer Futures” aims to be a catalyst for continued, consistent, and abundant storytelling in the future for and by members of the Princeton queer community.

The Daily Princetonian’s latest special issue: “Queer Remembrances, Queer Futures” aims to be a catalyst for continued, consistent, and abundant storytelling in the future for and by members of the Princeton queer community.

PROJECTS | April 22

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In honor of the women Princeton history forgot

“May we all take a moment during this Women’s History Month and on the fiftieth anniversary of Title IX to recognize, ruminate, and reflect on the contributions of the ones that have slowly faded into the past.”

“May we all take a moment during this Women’s History Month and on the fiftieth anniversary of Title IX to recognize, ruminate, and reflect on the contributions of the ones that have slowly faded into the past.”

PROJECTS | April 10

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Why Princeton University should donate the Butler Tract to a community land trust

In the second installment of a multi-part series on how Princeton University can promote affordable housing in a reparative framework and provide a model for other similar institutions to follow, Graduate Student Columnist Matt Mleczko proposes a housing intervention involving the Butler Tract. 

In the second installment of a multi-part series on how Princeton University can promote affordable housing in a reparative framework and provide a model for other similar institutions to follow, Graduate Student Columnist Matt Mleczko proposes a housing intervention involving the Butler Tract.

PROJECTS | March 24

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The obligation to act: how Princeton University can promote housing justice

In the first installment of a multi-part series on how Princeton University can promote affordable housing in a reparative framework and provide a model for other similar institutions to follow, Graduate Student Columnist Matt Mleczko provides background on the Butler Tract and the Universityu2019ss historic and ongoing role in housing dynamics in Princeton.

In the first installment of a multi-part series on how Princeton University can promote affordable housing in a reparative framework and provide a model for other similar institutions to follow, Graduate Student Columnist Matt Mleczko provides background on the Butler Tract and the University’s historic and ongoing role in housing dynamics in Princeton.

PROJECTS | March 17

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Labs, lectures, and libraries: STEM spaces in the Orange Bubble

Princeton has long been a powerhouse for STEM innovation and research. Explore our photo essay to see where students in science, technology, engineering, and math learn and work. 

Princeton has long been a powerhouse for STEM research. Explore our photo essay to see where students in science, technology, engineering, and math learn and work. 

PROJECTS | February 24

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The Prospect: 2021 year in review

In 2021, The Prospect saw Princeton’s arts and culture continue to flourish despite the difficulties of the year. As the year comes to a close, we look back on 25 articles, reviews, essays and much more that capture Princeton life over the past year.

In 2021, The Prospect saw Princeton’s arts and culture continue to flourish despite the difficulties of the year. As the year comes to a close, we look back on 25 articles, reviews, essays and much more that capture Princeton life over the past year.

PROJECTS | December 30

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Life after accusation: Inside Princeton's Honor Code

Every year, dozens of students come before the Honor Committee. In interviews with eight of the accused, we chronicle a story of spiraling mental health, institutionalized alienation, and renewed hopes for reform.

Every year, dozens of students come before the Honor Committee. In interviews with eight of the accused, we chronicle a story of spiraling mental health, institutionalized alienation, and renewed hopes for reform.

NEWS | 11/18/2021