The world moves fast. Daybreak keeps you up-to-date.
Enjoy everything you need to know to stay informed — on campus and off — in this digestible, efficient podcast. Daybreak is produced by Vitus Larrieu '26, Isabel Jacobson '25, and Eden Teshome '25 under the 147th Managing Board of The Daily Princetonian. The theme music was composed and performed by Ed Horan, and the cover art is by Mark Dodici.
Princeton Town’s Reactions to the Council’s Consolidation ft. (Abby Leibowitz) — Wednesday, Feb. 21
Today, we cover town reactions to Princeton Council’s consolidation, Princeton’s new USG budget, plans for a new wind port facility in Maine, and the El Salvador Presidential Election.---Town Council - https://www.dailyprincetonian.com/8268262c-308e-4bcd-ae8a-921ac113739eUSG - https://www.dailyprincetonian.com/1885d8b7-a897-430a-a0b6-58a2516eeb37
Calls for divestment at the CPUC meeting ft. Miriam Waldvogel — Tuesday, Feb. 20
Today, we cover calls for divestment at Monday’s CPUC meeting, affordable housing in Princeton, the effects of this year’s delayed FAFSA release, and a migrant ship intercepted on its way to the Canary Islands.
Fire in Forbes ft. Hallie Graham — Monday, Feb. 19
Today, we cover a fire in Forbes College, the tragic death of a first-year student, new charges against Donald Trump, and the death of Alexei Navalny.
Editor's Note: This podcast stated that Letitia James is an attorney, when she is actually the Attorney General of the state of New York.
A Deep Dive into Dillon's Past
Princeton's campus is ever changing and evolving with each new generation of students. Part of the University's most recent efforts has been an ambitious expansion of fitness facilities in the form of the Class of 1986 Fitness and Wellness Center. In light of these efforts, the Daybreak team looked back at over 100 years of fitness at Princeton, with Dillon Gym at the center of it all.
Top Picks for Princeton-Yale Basketball ft. Hayk Yengibaryan — Friday, February 16th
Today, we look at the top picks for tomorrow’s Princeton-Yale basketball game, the naming of the newest Sachs Scholars, tension between the White House and the Justice Department over a special counsel report, and the Senegalese presidential election.
Startup hustle culture at Princeton ft. (Eleanor Clemans-Cope) — Thursday, Feb. 15
Today, we cover an opinion on Princeton’s lack of innovation in entrepreneurship, University faculty and staff’s political contributions, and the election of Tom Suozzi. ---Princeton's Startup Culture - https://www.dailyprincetonian.com/f62a826b-a987-44cf-8efb-6fe5ce39fe92Campaign Finance - https://www.dailyprincetonian.com/31f0cc4b-51ab-4084-a147-e51529a83013