Student Publication Center
The University offers a wide range of student
publications, many of which have rich histories. The Daily
for example, is one of the nation's oldest college dailies,
founded in 1876 and published daily since 1892. One of its
editors, Woodrow Wilson (Class of 1879), described the Daily
Princetonian as"an impartial record of College
incident and a medium for a bold, frank, and manly expression
of College opinion." The 'Prince' (as it is known) exists
independently of the University and is overseen by a board
of trustees. Other campus publications with rich histories
include the Nassau Lit, founded in 1842, and the Tiger,
a humor magazine founded in 1882.
Today there are more than 15 student publications on campus,
ranging from the Tory, a conservative political
magazine, to Distractions, a puzzle magazine published
during midterm and final examinations. To learn about Princeton's
student publications please click here.
For the Daily Princetonian, click here.