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Anika Agarwal


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Inside look: How New Jersey’s colleges are operating this fall

As the University continues judging the spread of COVID-19 ahead of an anticipated early-December decision on the spring semester, The Daily Princetonian took a look at how the largest schools in New Jersey — most of which have adopted a hybrid model with some in-person learning — have fared.

As the University continues judging the spread of COVID-19 ahead of an anticipated early-December decision on the spring semester, The Daily Princetonian took a look at how the largest schools in New Jersey — most of which have adopted a hybrid model with some in-person learning — have fared.


Princeton Footnotes at their 2018 Holiday Jam.
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Princeton Footnotes compete to win over $10,000 for social justice organizations

The Footnotes have announced that if they win the competition, all of their money, including personal earnings, will go to both the National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) and the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI).

As a top 32 group in the competition, the Princeton Footnotes have the chance to win over $10,000 to both support a social justice charity of the group’s choice and keep for themselves. However, the group has announced that if they win the competition, all of their money, including personal earnings, will go to both the National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) and the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI).


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