News at Princeton

Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014

RSS Feeds

What is an RSS feed?

An RSS feed is a way for users to see at a glance what is being posted on their favorite websites. Each feed contains a list of headlines and links from recent news articles, blog entries and multimedia. The lists update several times per day.

Users can subscribe to and view the feeds using any internet browser except Internet Explorer 6, or through special feed reader programs and websites. Princeton's OIT Helpdesk has instructions for subscribing to RSS feeds.


News at Princeton RSS Feeds

The News at Princeton and Featured Events RSS feeds includes current stories and upcoming campus events.

  1. News at Princeton
  1. Featured Events

Or you can subscribe to one of the following specific categories of news:

  1. Featured Stories
  2. Science & Technology
  3. Princeton People
  1. News Releases
  2. Emergency Alerts

Other RSS Sources

In addition to the academic feeds provided on the websites of many University departments and programs, these sites provide feeds with general interest news and information:

Podcasts and vodcasts of recent lectures and events are also available: