Students of Princeton University are often called Princetonians. In fact, one of the oldest newspapers in the country is called the Daily Princetonian. Here is some history.
The Daily Princetonian, nicknamed the “Prince,” was the second college newspaper in America to publish daily. The paper, founded in 1876 as a biweekly publication named The Princetonian, became The Daily Princetonian in 1892 when it became a daily newspaper. Produced by a staff of nearly 200 undergraduate students, the organization has an annual budget of more than $600,000. The “Prince” has a daily print circulation of 2,000 and its website receives roughly 30,000 hits every day. The “Prince” is fully independent from Princeton University. It is directed by a graduate board of trustees, consisting of former editors and business staffers. The paper supports itself financially and does not receive financial support from the university or from alumni donations. – Wikipedia
The door you see here, is not leading to the newspaper. In fact, I have no idea where it leads. But it is from the Princeton University campus, one of the most beautiful campuses I’ve visited.
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