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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.


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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.


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Princeton returns to sports with a blaze: The bonfire issue

After defeating Harvard and Yale (and taking home a share of the Ivy League Championship) the Princeton football team celebrated with a bonfire on Cannon Green. In this print issue, we look back on the football season's biggest moments and take a look at how Princeton's other fall sports teams fared in their first competitive season since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

After defeating Harvard and Yale (and taking home a share of the Ivy League Championship) the Princeton football team celebrated with a bonfire on Cannon Green. In this print issue, we look back on the football season's biggest moments and take a look at how Princeton's other fall sports teams fared in their first competitive season since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Diversity and Inclusion in the newsroom: Read our report

Over the course of 6 months, we surveyed hundreds of our staff to put together this Diversity Report, setting tangible goals based on the data we gathered. The information contained in this report paints a picture of where our organization currently stands, and what we are striving for it to become.

Over the course of 6 months, we surveyed hundreds of our staff to put together this Diversity Report, setting tangible goals based on the data we gathered. The information contained in this report paints a picture of where our organization currently stands, and what we are striving for it to become.


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Looking back, looking forward: The print commencement issue

The Class of 2021 has been defined by shared realities amid unprecedented times: remote learning, virtual community, and a socially distant final semester. But beyond those collective experiences, they’re a diverse group of athletes, artists, activists, and scholars whose individual perspectives have shaped their time in the Orange Bubble, and whose actions will continue to impact Princetonians for years to come. Here, we look at their four years on campus.

The Class of 2021 has been defined by shared realities amid unprecedented times: remote learning, virtual community, and a socially distant final semester. But beyond those collective experiences, they’re a diverse group of athletes, artists, activists, and scholars whose individual perspectives have shaped their time in the Orange Bubble, and whose actions will continue to impact Princetonians for years to come. Here, we look at their four years on campus.


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