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IT office steps away from reuse, sends 1700 faculty computers for destruction

According to the Office of Information Technology (OIT), the decision to change policy was due to a backlog of aged machines from the pandemic and “an abundance of caution” over IT security.

According to the Office of Information Technology (OIT), the decision to change policy was due to a backlog of aged machines from the pandemic and “an abundance of caution” over IT security.


Tables at the 2023 B(l)ack Together event in front of Blair Arch sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students (ODUS).

Black alumni provide major endowment to Black Student Union to support campus affinity groups

The Black Student Union has received a first-of-its-kind endowment, sponsored by Black Princeton alumni. It is the first endowment designed to give direct support to campus affinity groups.

The Black Student Union has received a first-of-its-kind endowment, sponsored by Black Princeton alumni. It is the first endowment designed to give direct support to campus affinity groups.


A collage of newspaper clippings and photos of the FOPO DJs. In one pasted clipping, the FOPO logo in orange block letters. Clippings read "You can dance if you want to" and "You can leave you friends behind".

Meet the DJs that ran campus in the ’90s

Back in the ’90s, at the height of the hip-hop scene, one group was at the center of the nightlife scene — the FOPO DJs. Today, Daybreak takes a trip down memory lane and revisits the past with the DJs. Listen in.

Back in the ’90s, at the height of the hip-hop scene, one group was at the center of the nightlife scene — the FOPO DJs. Today, Daybreak takes a trip down memory lane and revisits the past with the DJs. Listen in.


White, federal courthouse located in DC during the daytime.

Alumnus invokes Princeton’s informal motto, then sentenced to two months for Jan. 6 actions

Larry Giberson ’23 was sentenced to two months of incarceration, six months of home detention, and $2000 in fines by D.C. District Court Judge Carl J. Nichols for his involvement in the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021.

Larry Giberson ’23 was sentenced to two months of incarceration, six months of home detention, and $2000 in fines by D.C. District Court Judge Carl J. Nichols for his involvement in the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021.


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Princeton sues two recent graduates for failure to repay loans

The University is suing over defaulted payments totaling $7,080.43 and $23,644.64. The cases are proceeding in Suffolk County Supreme Court and Nassau County Supreme Court, respectively.

The University is suing over defaulted payments totaling $7,080.43 and $23,644.64. The cases are proceeding in Suffolk County Supreme Court and Nassau County Supreme Court, respectively.


A white truck with the words "public safety" painted on its side is parked in front of McCosh Health Center, a red brick building, in the early evening.

Princeton to offer free Lyft rides to off-campus medical appointments

The University is expected to launch an initiative, made in consultation with the Undergraduate Student Government, to offer Lyft rides to students to and from off-campus medical appointments.

The University is expected to launch an initiative, made in consultation with the Undergraduate Student Government, to offer Lyft rides to students to and from off-campus medical appointments.


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Who really runs Princeton?

This week, the ‘Prince’ examined who runs Princeton, searching for the power players on campus. But today, Daybreak looks to answer a slightly different question: “Who’s really running Princeton?”

This week, the ‘Prince’ examined who runs Princeton, searching for the power players on campus. But today, Daybreak looks to answer a slightly different question: “Who’s really running Princeton?”


Professor Peter Singer giving his 2013 TED Talk, "The why and how effective altruism."

Should you get rich and give it away?

Daybreak revisits Effective Altruism with Professor Peter Singer. We take a look at how the movement has changed since its conception and what those changes mean for the next generation of effective altruists.

Daybreak revisits Effective Altruism with Professor Peter Singer. We take a look at how the movement has changed since its conception and what those changes mean for the next generation of effective altruists.


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Princeton to crack down on eating clubs ‘overawarding’ financial aid

With the new, expansive financial aid policy set to go into effect this fall, the University is asking the clubs to roll back any aid above the sticker price of membership, due to potential liability if students are “overawarded.”

With the new, expansive financial aid policy set to go into effect this fall, the University is asking the clubs to roll back any aid above the sticker price of membership, due to potential liability if students are “overawarded.”


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