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Nights to Remember: Hanukkah at Princeton

We spoke with Princeton students to ask them how they celebrate Hanukkah — at home and on campus.

As campus winds down in anticipation of Winter Break, and many people are thinking about the traditional “holiday season,” Daybreak is spotlighting three holidays that Princetonians celebrated throughout the fall semester: Diwali, Día de los Muertos, and Hanukkah. 


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Daybreak revisits Día de los Muertos

On Nov. 5, members of the Princeton Community gathered at the Arts Council of Princeton to celebrate Día de los Muertos, also known as Day of the Dead. Daybreak took a trip down Witherspoon Street to join the celebrations and learn more about the holiday — and how the Princeton community celebrates.

Daybreak took a trip down Witherspoon Street to join the celebrations and learn more about Día de los Muertos — and how the Princeton community celebrates.


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The fight for an African Studies Department at Princeton

What’s the future of African Studies at Princeton? In this special episode, we speak to students and faculty to find out.

What’s the future of African Studies at Princeton? In this special episode, we speak to students and faculty to find out.


Hobson College designed ugly enough to dissuade photo shoots

HUMOR: Architecture student Archie Teck ’23 said, “The contrast between the gothic style of Patton Hall and the neo-brutalist style of Hobson speaks profoundly about the division we see in the world today. It truly speaks to the modern age.”

HUMOR: Architecture student Archie Teck ’23 said, “The contrast between the gothic style of Patton Hall and the neo-brutalist style of Hobson speaks profoundly about the division we see in the world today. It truly speaks to the modern age.”


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Vote100 succeeds in recruiting 100 students to vote

HUMOR: Erker explained that while hundreds of application essays led the University to believe that most of its students were “activists” and “strong participants in democracy,” Vote100 recognizes that “the need to put any effort into the voting process has put many students off.”

HUMOR: Erker explained that while hundreds of application essays led the University to believe that most of its students were “activists” and “strong participants in democracy,” Vote100 recognizes that “the need to put any effort into the voting process has put many students off.”


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Mushies, not slushies: Alcohol Initiative to fund psychedelics club

HUMOR: “After hearing of their transformative effects on mental health, we hope that the new influx of students tripping balls will reduce the depression that reportedly 100 percent of the University's undergraduate population experiences,” a University source said. 

HUMOR: “After hearing of their transformative effects on mental health, we hope that the new influx of students tripping balls will reduce the depression that reportedly 100 percent of the University's undergraduate population experiences,” a University source said. 


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