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Daily Princetonian

The Daily Princetonian
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The Daily Princetonian, February 22, 2012
Type Daily student newspaper
Format Color Broadsheet
Owner Trustees of The Daily Princetonian Publishing Company
Editor-in-chief Luc Cohen
Founded 1876
Headquarters 48 University Place
Princeton, NJ 08540
Official website http://www.dailyprincetonian.com

The Daily Princetonian is the award-winning daily independent student newspaper of Princeton University. Founded in 1876 and daily since 1892, the Prince is among the oldest college newspapers in the country. Its alumni have pursued careers in journalism at The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and have won the Pulitzer Prize.

In addition to the print and The Daily Princetonian Photo Store.

Organization

Overview

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.

Staff

The Daily Princetonian's offices are housed at 48 University Place, Princeton, N.J., on the western edge of the university's main campus, between Lockhart Hall and Foulke Hall, just down University Place from the U-Store, the university convenience store. The paper's editorial staff consists entirely of Princeton students. Daily operations at the Prince are run by the Editor-in-Chief, who directs the editorial side of the paper, and the Business Manager, who directs the business and financial side. The Business Manager and the Editor-in-Chief report independently to the newspaper's board of trustees, in order to prevent business and editorial matters from mixing.

The current Editor-in-Chief is Luc Cohen and the Business Manager is Grace Riccardi. The Editor-in-Chief and Business Manager are chosen in December and appoint the remainder of their respective boards. Those boards take control of the newspaper with the beginning of the second semester, in February. The editorial boards serve for two semesters. Typically, the Editor-in-Chief and Business Manager begin their service in the spring of their junior year and complete their service in the winter of their senior year. This staggered system was created in part to allow graduating seniors time to finish their senior theses.

The was Anne C.Mackay- Smith, Class of 1980; Judy E. Piper, Class of 1976, was the first woman business manager.

The staff is grouped into several sections, including news, sports, opinion, photography, copy editing, multimedia, design, business and web.

Other

In December 2006, formally launched and named in his honor.

In January 2007, the "Prince" caused controversy when it published a fictitious editorial in its "joke issue" regarding the Jian Li lawsuit. Some Asian groups complained for its use of offensive stereotypes, which included portrayals of Asian-Americans as people who cook greasy food and wash clothes.[1] The "Prince" issued a statement concerning its motivations and expectations for the piece, stating that it did not mean to be offensive but rather satirical.[2]

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