March 7, 2007: From the Archives

From the ArchivesFrom the Archives

Today’s Princeton students can make a few extra dollars by working as
digital media consultants for the Office of Information Technology, as café barristas for Dining Services at Frist, or as fitness supervisors in the Campus Recreation Program at Dillon Gym. But back in the 1960s and 1970s, as these archives photos show, the Bureau of Student Aid and Employment offered campus jobs that were a little simpler — such as hawking appliances and stacking chairs. Did any PAW readers ever buy one of these refrigerators?
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