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Vitus Larrieu


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Students hop at the chance to celebrate Leap Year

Students hopped at the chance to leap into Feb. 29 at a Campus Club event held by the Princeton Student Events Committee (PSEC) in commemoration of the leap year. Festivities included cake, trampolines, and frog-themed crafts to celebrate Princeton's 68th leap year.  

Students hopped at the chance to leap into Feb. 29 at a Campus Club event held by the Princeton Student Events Committee (PSEC) in commemoration of the leap year. Festivities included cake, trampolines, and frog-themed crafts to celebrate Princeton's 68th leap year.  


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First phase of fitness center renovation unveiled, Rec Pool opening delayed

The new fitness area contains a more robust variety of aerobic and strength training equipment, including four Peloton machines, but will not include the selectorized machines and cable systems that were available in the old fitness center until fall 2024. The Rec Pool’s opening date has been pushed back to Feb. 16.

The new fitness area contains a more robust variety of aerobic and strength training equipment, including four Peloton machines, but will not include the selectorized machines and cable systems that were available in the old fitness center until fall 2024. The Rec Pool’s opening date has been pushed back to Feb. 16.


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In the depths: The semi-secret tunnel networks of Princeton

Today, Daybreak took a very special tour of the University's little known tunnel network connecting the science buildings throughout campus. Listen in for a guided tour, a quest for coffee and a detour into tunnels of Princeton's past.

Today, Daybreak took a very special tour of the University's little known tunnel network connecting the science buildings throughout campus. Listen in for a guided tour, a quest for coffee and a detour into tunnels of Princeton's past.


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Behind The Investigation: Ep. 2 | Princeton’s colonial legacy at Mpala Research Center

Daybreak goes behind an investigation into Kenya’s Mpala Research Center with Assistant News Editor Miriam Waldvogel. We dove into the investigation process, the stories she uncovered, and the colonial history of Princeton’s research in Kenya.

Daybreak goes behind an investigation into Kenya’s Mpala Research Center with Assistant News Editor Miriam Waldvogel. We dove into the investigation process, the stories she uncovered, and the colonial history of Princeton’s research in Kenya.


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