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‘The best four hours ever’: Princeton students compete in the 2021 New York City Marathon

Ellen Su ’23, Delaney Callaghan ’23,  Ella Feiner ’22, and Sebastian Quiroga ’22 shared their experience running in the marathon with The Daily Princetonian. While the four students had very different running backgrounds, gained entry to the marathon in different ways, and dealt with different training setbacks, one thing they share are those few hours racing — and the months of training that went into them. 

Ellen Su ’23, Delaney Callaghan ’23,  Ella Feiner ’22, and Sebastian Quiroga ’22 shared their experience running in the marathon with The Daily Princetonian. While the four students had very different running backgrounds, gained entry to the marathon in different ways, and dealt with different training setbacks, one thing they share are those few hours racing — and the months of training that went into them. 


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Home for the holidays gone wrong: campus isolation over Thanksgiving break

Right before Thanksgiving break, the semester’s largest surge in COVID-19 cases on campus sent an unprecedented number of students into isolation for the holiday. Instead of packing up to travel home, these students — often experiencing symptoms of the virus — threw sweatpants, blankets, and medicine into bags before relocating to their University-allocated rooms in 1967 Hall.

Right before Thanksgiving break, the semester’s largest surge in COVID-19 cases on campus sent an unprecedented number of students into isolation for the holiday. Instead of packing up to travel home, these students — often experiencing symptoms of the virus — threw sweatpants, blankets, and medicine into bags before relocating to their University-allocated rooms in 1967 Hall.


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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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‘A long battle fought’: The history of Princeton’s Asian American Studies program and a renewed push to expand

As AASA advocates for expanding the Asian American Studies program in light of a rise of violence against Asians in the U.S., The Daily Princetonian tracks the struggle for representation on campus back to 1988.

As AASA advocates for expanding the Asian American Studies program in light of a rise of violence against Asians in the U.S., The Daily Princetonian tracks the struggle for representation on campus back to the 1988.


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A time capsule from the end of the world: Students return to campus 10 months later

Ten months after the end of the world, the Orange Bubble is almost entirely unrecognizable. Under COVID-19 restrictions, 2,887 undergraduate students have been rediscovering what it means to live on campus without the typical elements of the quintessential college experience.

Ten months after the end of the world, the Orange Bubble is almost entirely unrecognizable. Under COVID-19 restrictions, 2,887 undergraduate students have been rediscovering what it means to live on campus without the typical elements of the quintessential college experience. 


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Q&A with Janielle Dumapit ’23 on her EP and inspiration behind it

Janielle Dumapit ’23 released her extended play (EP), “Rose Colored Glasses,” on Jan. 30. Dumapit, a concentrator in the School of Public and International Affairs, wrote, performed, produced, and distributed the EP by herself. The Daily Princetonian sat down with her to discuss her songwriting process and the EP release.

Janielle Dumapit ’23 released her extended play (EP), “Rose Colored Glasses,” on Jan. 30. Dumapit, a concentrator in the School of Public and International Affairs, wrote, performed, produced, and distributed the EP by herself. The Daily Princetonian sat down with her to discuss her songwriting process and the EP release. 


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‘Here’s Jilly!’: How Dean Dolan took control of Nassau Hall

Excluded from the Ivy League presidents’ group chat, Dean Jill Dolan decided to stage a coup. After a failed barricade and tumultuous battle, Dolan claimed victory, declaring herself President of the University. From life in the aftermath, The Daily Princetonian releases a month-long investigation charting Dolan’s rise to power.


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Andlinger Center renews five-year partnership with ExxonMobil, faces backlash from Divest Princeton

In the announcement, Lynn Loo, Andlinger Center director and professor of engineering, called the renewed partnership a “win-win,” which helps the Center to “reduce emissions globally while improving access to energy around the world.” 


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