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Early in the second half of last Saturday's home win against Yale, senior defensive back Christian Brown (28) celebrates with senior running back Trey Gray (20) after Grey's touchdown increased Princeton's lead to 28–17. The Tigers would go on to win 35–20, securing a bonfire on Cannon Green this weekend.
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

This Week in Photos: November 10–16

This week, Princeton football beat Yale after more than an hour of rain delays. Fall is in full swing with both dark rainy days and bright autumn leaves. Forbes College’s chocolate fountain continues to attract students to their weekend brunch.

This week, Princeton football beat Yale after more than an hour of rain delays. Fall is in full swing with both dark rainy days and bright autumn leaves. Forbes College’s chocolate fountain continues to attract students to their weekend brunch.  

VISUAL ESSAY | November 16

Students socialized under the colorful lights outside Campus Club on Saturday night.
Natalia Maidique / The Daily Princetonian

This Week in Photos: October 27–November 2

This week, students and local families celebrated Halloween. Tourists wandered leaf-strewn streets, and Forbes College brought back the chocolate fountain at Sunday brunch.

This week, students and local families celebrated Halloween. Tourists wandered leaf-strewn streets, and Forbes College brought back the chocolate fountain at Sunday brunch. 

VISUAL ESSAY | November 2

Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

In Photos: Princeton wins controversial, five-overtime battle of the unbeatens against Harvard

Princeton overcame Harvard in a topsy-turvy battle against two unbeaten Ivy League teams this weekend. Relive the game through this photo essay.

Princeton overcame Harvard in a topsy-turvy battle against two unbeaten Ivy League teams this weekend. Relive the game through this photo essay.

VISUAL ESSAY | October 27

As midterms pile up, some doggy distractions were brought to the Frist lawn to have some fun away from work.
Angel Kuo / The Daily Princetonian

Midsemester in Photos: October 7–24

During the last two weeks, students took study breaks during midterms to pet dogs, get ice cream, and drink coffee. Princeton celebrated the start of fall with Fall Fest, and the football team won the Homecoming game against Harvard. 

During the last two weeks, students took study breaks during midterms to pet dogs, get ice cream, and drink coffee. Princeton celebrated the start of fall with Fall Fest, and the football team won the Homecoming game against Harvard.  

VISUAL ESSAY | October 26

The Princeton cheerleading team performs on the sidelines at the Ivy League opener against Columbia. 
Angel Kuo / The Daily Princetonian

This Week in Photos: September 27–October 5

This week, Princeton football defeated the Columbia Lions with a final score of 24–7, and A$AP Ferg performed at the first in-person Lawnparties in two years. 

This week, Princeton football defeated the Columbia Lions with a final score of 24–7, and A$AP Ferg performed at the first in-person Lawnparties in two years. 

VISUAL ESSAY | October 6

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Students lead a chant during the Divest Princeton sit-in in front of Nassau Hall. The goal of the sit-in was to call for urgent and complete divestment from the fossil fuel industry.
Candace Do / The Daily Princetonian

This Week in Photos: September 20–26

This week, Divest Princeton held a sit-in outside Nassau Hall to protest Princeton’s climate change initiatives. The women’s soccer team won their game against Yale, and alumni gathered to watch the football game against Stetson.

This week, Divest Princeton held a sit-in outside Nassau Hall to protest Princeton’s inaction in climate change initiatives. The women’s soccer team won their game against Yale, and alumni gathered to watch the football game against Stetson. 

VISUAL ESSAY | September 26

 Students counterprotest a religious group preaching fundamentalist messages next to Washington Road.
Julian Gottfried / The Daily Princetonian

This Week in Photos: September 13–19

This week, students counterprotested a fundamentalist religious group. Several eating clubs and the Murray-Dodge Café reopened their doors to all students, and reconstruction of the Princeton Art Museum continued.

This week, students counterprotested a fundamentalist religious group. Several eating clubs and the Murray-Dodge Café reopened their doors to all students, and reconstruction of the Princeton Art Museum continued. 

VISUAL ESSAY | September 19

Roses laid at a memorial for Jeffrey D. Wiener '90 in the 9/11 Memorial Garden. 
Candace Do / The Daily Princetonian

This Week in Photos: September 6–12

This week, members of the Princeton community gathered to remember those who died on September 11, 2001. Students celebrated the first week of classes with orientation activities and outdoor fun.

This week, members of the Princeton community gathered to remember those who died on September 11, 2001. Students celebrated the first week of classes with orientation activities and outdoor fun. 

VISUAL ESSAY | September 12

Yende Mangum ‘24, a member of the Princeton Pianists Ensemble.
Julian Gottfried / The Daily Princetonian

The Pianists of Princeton

The Princeton Pianists Ensemble (PPE) – everyone’s heard about it. And how could they not? The group is self-described as “one of the only performing groups on the planet where you’ll ever see five pianos on a stage,“ and they certainly live this up, with their concerts for not quite dozens of hands. That is, they live it up in a normal year. But what happens during a pandemic? In the following photos, we’ll catch up (visually) with some of PPE's members, and we'll explore how the group is managing these unprecedented times.  

Click here if not redirected The Princeton Pianists Ensemble (PPE) – everyone’s heard about it. And how could they not? The group is self-described as “one of the only performing groups on the planet where you’ll ever see five pianos on a stage,“ and they certainly live this up, with their concerts for not quite dozens of hands. That is, they live it up in a normal year. But what happens during a pandemic? In the following photos, we’ll catch up (visually) with some of PPE's members, and we'll explore how the group is managing these unprecedented times.  

PROJECTS | May 3

Trees near Guyot Hall have dropped most of their blossoms as the end of the spring semester nears. 
Samantha Lopez-Rico / The Daily Princetonian

This Week in Photos: April 26–May 2

This week, members of the Princeton community protested the University’s handling of the remains of the 1985 MOVE police bombing victims. More flowers bloomed across campus as students finished classes. Renovations at the Princeton Art Museum have brought constant construction to the center of campus. 

This week, members of the Princeton community protested the University’s handling of the remains of the 1985 MOVE police bombing victims. More flowers bloomed across campus as students finished classes. Renovations at the Princeton Art Museum have brought constant construction to the center of campus.   

VISUAL ESSAY | May 2

Princeton resident Ted Politis enjoys a warm afternoon, reading on a bench beneath a magnolia tree near Pyne Hall.
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

This Week in Photos: April 12–25

Over the past two weeks, spring flowers bloomed as magnolia petals fell. Sophomore students celebrated declaring their concentrations with Declaration Day photos, and Divest Princeton hosted a rally at Nassau Hall.

Over the past two weeks, spring flowers bloomed as magnolia petals fell. Sophomore students celebrated declaring their concentrations with Declaration Day photos, and Divest Princeton hosted a rally at Nassau Hall. 

VISUAL ESSAY | April 25

Flowers along the tow path near Lake Carnegie.
Samantha Lopez-Rico / The Daily Princetonian

Sustainability initiatives and the Princeton landscape

To achieve climate neutrality by 2046, Princeton plans to implement geothermal exchange systems along with the construction of new residential and athletic facilities. These sustainability projects hope to preserve the natural ecosystems in the area. 

To achieve climate neutrality by 2046, Princeton plans to implement geothermal exchange systems along with the construction of new residential and athletic facilities. These sustainability projects hope to preserve the natural ecosystems in the area. 

VISUAL ESSAY | April 21

Candace Do / The Daily Princetonian

Natural beauty on Princeton’s campus

In the spring, tourists frequent Princeton’s grounds, taking pictures of its renowned college gothic architecture. This Earth Day, take a moment to look closely at another beautiful part of campus: blooming flowers, leafing trees, and the occasional critter scampering around. Follow along with our photographers as they show you the beauty in Princeton’s own backyard. 

In the spring, tourists frequent Princeton’s grounds, taking pictures of its renowned college gothic architecture. This Earth Day, take a moment to look closely at another beautiful part of campus: blooming flowers, leafing trees, and the occasional critter scampering around. Follow along with our photographers as they show you the beauty in Princeton’s own backyard. 

PROJECTS | April 21

Wendy Ho / The Daily Princetonian

Visual Essay: CONTACT Training

Wendy Ho discusses CONTACT, a student volunteer group that works with mental health and suicide prevention hotlines, and helping people undergoing difficult times. 

Wendy Ho discusses CONTACT, a student volunteer group that works with mental health and suicide prevention hotlines, and helping people undergoing difficult times.  

PROJECTS | April 1

Crowds attended a Stop Asian Hate rally and vigil on Saturday in response to the killings in Atlanta earlier this month. Rally-goers held up homemade signs calling for the dismantling of systemic racism and asking for the community’s support.
Justin Cai / The Daily Princetonian

This Week in Photos: March 22–28

This week, students and the Princeton community responded to the killings in Atlanta and called on the University to divest from fossil fuels. Students stood up to verbally abusive street preachers on Washington St. Finally, the arrival of spring brought some nicer weather to campus. 

This week, students and the Princeton community responded to the killings in Atlanta and called on the University to divest from fossil fuels. Students stood up to verbally abusive street preachers on Washington St. Finally, the arrival of spring brought some nicer weather to campus.  

VISUAL ESSAY | March 28