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Pandemic Podcast | Episode 1: How a Thanksgiving COVID-19 surge changed the outlook of the semester

On this Daybreak special series, we’re taking you through the last few weeks of Princeton’s Fall 2021 semester. In Episode 1: Recalled to Reality, we retell the story of the pre-Thanksgiving uptick in campus COVID-19 cases, Dean Dolan’s email, and the return to campus. 

On this Daybreak special series, we’re taking you through the last few weeks of Princeton’s Fall 2021 semester. In Episode 1: Recalled to Reality, we retell the story of the pre-Thanksgiving uptick in campus COVID-19 cases, Dean Dolan’s email, and the return to campus. 

PODCAST | December 26

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Three Princeton seniors and two alumni awarded Schwarzman Scholarship to study in Beijing

The five Princetonians will join a cohort of 151 students at Tsinghua University in Beijing and will pursue a one-year master’s degree in Global Affairs. The cohort includes students from 33 different countries and 106 universities.

The five Princetonians will join a cohort of 151 students at Tsinghua University in Beijing and will pursue a one-year master’s degree in Global Affairs. The cohort includes students from 33 different countries and 106 universities.

NEWS | December 23

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Princeton names 14 SINSI Scholars in program’s 15th year

“Once again, we had a spectacular group of candidates, deeply committed to service here and in their home communities. Their range of interests and experiences will be of great value to the federal government,” Co-Directors of the Scholars in the Nation’s Service Initiative Frederick Barton and Kathryn Lunney said in the SPIA announcement.

“Once again, we had a spectacular group of candidates, deeply committed to service here and in their home communities. Their range of interests and experiences will be of great value to the federal government,” Co-Directors of the Scholars in the Nation’s Service Initiative Frederick Barton and Kathryn Lunney said in the SPIA announcement.

NEWS | December 23

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‘The best four hours ever’: Princeton students compete in the 2021 New York City Marathon

Ellen Su ’23, Delaney Callaghan ’23,  Ella Feiner ’22, and Sebastian Quiroga ’22 shared their experience running in the marathon with The Daily Princetonian. While the four students had very different running backgrounds, gained entry to the marathon in different ways, and dealt with different training setbacks, one thing they share are those few hours racing — and the months of training that went into them. 

Ellen Su ’23, Delaney Callaghan ’23,  Ella Feiner ’22, and Sebastian Quiroga ’22 shared their experience running in the marathon with The Daily Princetonian. While the four students had very different running backgrounds, gained entry to the marathon in different ways, and dealt with different training setbacks, one thing they share are those few hours racing — and the months of training that went into them. 

FEATURES | December 23

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Invitation of author Abigail Shrier sparks campus controversy, Princeton GSRC responds with teach-in

After initial publicity of the event, Princeton students voiced concerns about the decision to bring a speaker to campus denounced by many as transphobic.

After initial publicity of the event, Princeton students voiced concerns about the decision to bring a speaker to campus denounced by many as transphobic.

NEWS | December 10

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Crying, Screaming, Fainting: A look back at Lawnparties through the eyes of Black women | The Orange Table Ep. 8

In episode 8 of The Orange Table, co-hosts Omar Farah and Aishah Balogun sit down with Toru Obunge ’24 and Nica Evans ’24 to discuss their experiences at Lawnparties this October.

In episode 8 of The Orange Table, co-hosts Omar Farah and Aishah Balogun sit down with Toru Obunge ’24 and Nica Evans ’24 to discuss their experiences at Lawnparties this October. 

PODCAST | December 9

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With warm popcorn and James Bond, a Princeton institution reopens after pandemic closure

“Today, the Garden Theatre is known as a community gem, a town cultural hub, and an oasis for the weary Princeton student. The theatre has kept its doors open for the past century thanks to the resolve of community members who kept it afloat through various ups and downs — most recently, the COVID-19 pandemic.” 

“Today, the Garden Theatre is known as a community gem, a town cultural hub, and an oasis for the weary Princeton student. The theatre has kept its doors open for the past century thanks to the resolve of community members who kept it afloat through various ups and downs — most recently, the COVID-19 pandemic.”

FEATURES | December 5

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‘Every good night ends at Wawa’: New Jersey chain battles to keep late-night student cravings at bay

For many Princeton students, Wawa is more than just the location of a late-night snack run. It’s a staple of the Princeton night-life — a place to go after a night out on the Street or in Firestone library. As the ongoing pandemic causes other late-night campus dining options to shutter their doors, Wawa alone offers satiation to midnight hunger pangs.

For many Princeton students, Wawa is more than just the location of a late-night snack run. It’s a staple of the Princeton night-life — a place to go after a night out on the Street or in Firestone library. As the ongoing pandemic causes other late-night campus dining options to shutter their doors, Wawa alone offers satiation to midnight hunger pangs.

FEATURES | December 1

Humans of Princeton | Andrew Mi

Ergene Kim ’23 sits down with Andrew Mi ’24 for an introspective look into his life as a Princeton student. They explore his background and interests while peeling back the layers on what it means to be a “typical” Princeton student. 

Ergene Kim ’23 sits down with Andrew Mi ’24 for an introspective look into his life as a Princeton student. They explore his background and interests while peeling back the layers on what it means to be a “typical” Princeton student. 

VIDEO | 11/29/2021

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Murray-Dodge Café shuts down ‘until further notice,’ Coffee Club closed until Thursday

Students attributed the temporary café closures to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases, which reached a semester-high before Thanksgiving break.

Students attributed the temporary café closures to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases, which reached a semester-high before Thanksgiving break.

NEWS | 11/29/2021