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Finding an ‘academic home’: The push for Native American and Indigenous Studies at Princeton

Princeton University remains one of only three Ivy League schools without an official academic program in Native American and Indigenous Studies. After many years of advocacy, The Daily Princetonian spoke with professors and students on the path forward for Native American and Indigenous Studies at Princeton.

Princeton University remains one of only three Ivy League schools without an official academic program in Native American and Indigenous Studies. After many years of advocacy, The Daily Princetonian spoke with professors and students on the path forward for Native American and Indigenous Studies at Princeton.


Blue, green, and orange pipes stretch across the large TIGER equipment room.

‘We Can Fix Princeton’: Inside TIGER, the University’s new geoexchange facility

As part of the University’s plan to reach net carbon neutrality by 2046, an important portion of campus energy is now being provided by a geo-exchange system, which includes a network of underground pipes, thermal energy storage tanks, and a newly constructed building called TIGER: the Thermally Integrated Geo-Exchange Resource. The Daily Princetonian took a tour of TIGER led by Energy Plant manager Ted Borer, who explained the inner workings of the system.

As part of the University’s plan to reach net carbon neutrality by 2046, an important portion of campus energy is now being provided by a geo-exchange system, which includes a network of underground pipes, thermal energy storage tanks, and a newly constructed building called TIGER: the Thermally Integrated Geo-Exchange Resource. The Daily Princetonian took a tour of TIGER led by Energy Plant manager Ted Borer, who explained the inner workings of the system.


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100 YEARS AGO: ‘Bicker Week Denounced’

The Daily Princetonian introduces “This Week in History.” This week’s article will address the intense conversations surrounding Bicker a century ago and how they compare to Bicker discourse today.

The Daily Princetonian introduces “This Week in History.” This week’s article will address the intense conversations surrounding Bicker a century ago and how they compare to Bicker discourse today.


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‘Welcome to Princeton, and welcome to the Millstone Watershed:’ Exploring Princeton’s backyard wilderness

Millstone River, whose damming created Lake Carnegie, is full of rich history and diverse ecology to explore and protect.

Millstone River, whose damming created Lake Carnegie, is full of rich history and diverse ecology to explore and protect.


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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.


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‘Once in an institutional lifetime’: Before and beyond Princeton’s 2026 Campus Plan

The numerous construction projects on campus today comprise the University’s largest ten-year expansion to date. The Daily Princetonian looked at the objectives of the current campus plan, one that follows in a tradition of intentional architectural development.

The numerous construction projects on campus today comprise the University’s largest ten-year expansion to date. The Daily Princetonian looked at the objectives of the current campus plan, one that follows in a tradition of intentional architectural development.


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‘A hotspot of interdisciplinary interactions’: Students leap at environmental careers

Princeton remains the only Ivy League university which does not offer a major in either Environmental Studies or Sciences. But even without an established major, many students and alumni have successfully made addressing climate change the focal point of their studies and careers after college.


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‘A very special time of year’: Lent, Ramadan, and Passover on campus

In the last month, students of varying faiths observed three major religious holidays. The Daily Princetonian spoke with them about their experiences finding community, celebrating, and balancing academic obligations with special observances and practices during this period.

In the last month, students of varying faiths observed three major religious holidays. The Daily Princetonian spoke with them about their experiences finding community, celebrating, and balancing academic obligations with special observances and practices during this period. 


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