December 17, 2003: Features

What price victory?
Princeton’s former president argues that precious seats are wasted on recruited athletes who are too focused on their sports. The prickly debate points to a larger question: What kind of place does Princeton want to be?
By Doug Lederman ’84


A conversation with Bill Bowen *58

The Cyber University
For students, Princeton’s venture into the Internet age can mean having a precept all night long
By Mark F. Bernstein ’83


Infocopia: Edutopia?
In the library, a daunting display of electronic riches
By Edward Tenner ’65


Keeping faith
On the largely secular Princeton campus, the role of religion in students’ lives is growing

By Amy Sullivan GS


Princeton around the clock
Slices of life when class is out

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