Best College Newspapers: 2014 Ranking Released by Princeton Review

The Yale Daily News, The Daily Orange & The Cornell Daily Sun are the top three student pubs.

Ivy League Student Newspapers Hurting Financially– Due to Loss of Financial Job Ads

According to The Daily Princetonian, the advertising revenue of student newspapers at Ivy League schools are ailing due to a noticeable drop in recruiting ads being placed by major financial institutions. As several Ivy-covered sources tell Prince staff writer Sarah Cen, the decline in these ads is mainly tied to the Wall Street troubles that erupted starting in 2008. The article’s keyword tags sum it up most succinctly: Investment Banking, Recession.

Daily Princetonian Debates, Decides to Keep Anonymous Online Comments

The Daily Princetonian is keeping its online commenting system anonymous. After a laudably transparent evaluation process tied to the construction of a new website, top staff at the Princeton University student newspaper agreed with a reader that “[a] few nasty comments here and there is an infinitesimally small price to pay for truly free, unabridged speech.”

Student Newspaper Obama Re-election Front Pages: ‘A President Prevails’

Along with a number of stirring images and iconic front pages designed and published today by the professional press, the student press has delivered some memorable, historic page ones as well. Below is a screenshot sampling college newspaper post-election front pages, including from papers in battleground states and states in which a majority of voters did not support President Obama’s reelection plans.

President Tilghman’s Retirement Prompts Princetonian Staff Email: ‘BREAKING ALL HANDS ON DECK’

Princeton University president Shirley Tilghman’s announcement about her impending retirement sent The Daily Princetonian into overdrive over the weekend. It began with an all-staff email from editor-in-chief Henry Rome. Subject line, all caps: “BREAKING ALL HANDS ON DECK.”

Princetonian to Stop Using Email Quotes in Stories, Except in ‘Extraordinary Circumstances’

The decision is apparently a pushback against the “prevalence of email quotes” appearing in articles.