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Going Back to Nassau Ball: Behind the teams, behind the dreams

Ahead of Ivy Madness, The Daily Princetonian takes a behind-the-scenes look at the recent successes of the men’s and women’s basketball teams. This supplement looks at the people who make up the teams now and the strategies that have propelled the Tigers to the top of the Ivy League.

Ahead of Ivy Madness, The Daily Princetonian takes a behind-the-scenes look at the recent successes of the men’s and women’s basketball teams. This supplement looks at the people who make up the teams now and the strategies that have propelled the Tigers to the top of the Ivy League.

PROJECTS | March 8

Two people walking into a lit up building with the word "Wawa" with the word "Princeton" on a banner. Everything is very dark.

We spent 24 hours in a Wawa and wrote it all down.

The ‘Prince’ staff sat in Wawa for 24 hours, observing the rotating cast of characters who enter and exit its doors, and the stories of those who work behind its counters. Reporters switched off hour by hour, each observing a part of the Wawa tapestry.

The ‘Prince’ staff sat in Wawa for 24 hours, observing the rotating cast of characters who enter and exit its doors, and the stories of those who work behind its counters. Reporters switched off hour by hour, each observing a part of the Wawa tapestry.

FEATURES | December 9

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Moments in Princeton’s Black history

In a special issue, The Daily Princetonian looks at moments in Princeton's Black history. Topics range from Princeton’s historically Black Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood to the legacy of slavery to nightlife in the 90s.

In special issue, The Daily Princetonian looks at moments in Princeton's Black history. Topics range from Princeton’s historically Black Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood to the legacy of slavery to nighlife in the 90s.

PROJECTS | November 11

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Who runs Princeton?

"In this project, the staff of the ‘Prince’ trace power on campus through histories, data analyses, detailed profiles, and deeply-held opinions. It's an issue about personalities. These are personalities we have to be aware of, no matter what their role is."

"In this project, the staff of the ‘Prince’ trace power on campus through histories, data analyses, detailed profiles, and deeply-held opinions. It's an issue about personalities. These are personalities we have to be aware of, no matter what their role is."

PROJECTS | October 1

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In the service of whom?

In this special issue, the Daily Princetonian explores careers on campus and their intersection with Princeton's aspiration towards public service, as students return from summer internships.

In this special issue, the Daily Princetonian explores careers on campus and their intersection with Princeton's aspiration towards public service, as students return from summer internships.

PROJECTS | September 16

A special issue celebrating the Class of 2023

The Class of 2023 has built community, created great things and important pieces of art, led organizations, made critical discoveries, served the broader community, and lived through Princeton’s most interesting years.

The Class of 2023 has built community, created great things and important pieces of art, led organizations, made critical discoveries, served the broader community, and lived through Princeton’s most interesting years.

PROJECTS | May 29

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What does mental health mean here?

In this special issue, the staff of the Daily Princetonian ask the question: what does mental health mean here?  Looking at the past, present, and future, we launch this issue with “urgency and hope.”

In this special issue, the staff of the Daily Princetonian ask the question: what does mental health mean here?  Looking at the past, present, and future, we launch this issue with “urgency and hope.”

PROJECTS | April 29

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Valentine's Prospects

Whether you’re single, taken, battling a six-year situationship, or still mourning that breakup from a year ago, The Prospect invites you to join us on our emotional rollercoaster. We hope you enjoy.

Whether you’re single, taken, battling a six-year situationship, or still mourning that breakup from a year ago, The Prospect invites you to join us on our emotional rollercoaster. We hope you enjoy.

PROJECTS | 02/14/2023

The view of a crosswalk between Prospect street, with the Eating Clubs Cannon, Quad, Ivy, and Cottage in view but partially obstructed by mostly bare trees.

We looked at over a decade of eating club tax returns. Here’s what we found.

The Daily Princetonian analyzed each eating club’s publicly available Form 990 filings over the past 16 years. Form 990s — required for all income tax-exempt organizations — detail everything about an eating club’s finances, from stock investments to expenditures for food and beverages.

The Daily Princetonian analyzed each eating club’s publicly available Form 990 filings over the past 16 years. Form 990s — required for all income tax-exempt organizations — detail everything about an eating club’s finances, from stock investments to expenditures for food and beverages.

PROJECTS | 02/09/2023