Natural beauty on Princeton's campus
by Staff Photographers
Blooming flowers, leafing trees, and the occasional critter scampering around: follow along with our photographers as they show you the beauty in Princeton’s own backyard.
Sustainability initiatives and the Princeton landscape
by Samantha Lopez-Rico and Timothy Park
To achieve climate neutrality by 2046, Princeton plans to implement geothermal exchange systems in the construction of new residential and athletic facilities.
Three poems to read on Earth Day
by Aditi Desai
Poets frequently pay homage to nature — whether it be to the single sprouting cherry blossom or the blade of grass that bends toward the sun. Words, much like nature, glisten with the beauty and surprise of life.
This Earth Day, lend your voice to the animals
by Kelsey Ji
Kelsey Ji urges Princeton students to “dedicate this Earth Day to the animals who have always had it much harder than humans, especially in this past year.”
by Bryan Boyd
Our Earth-Day-themed puzzle from Bryan Boyd is best completed outdoors.
‘Eyes on Eisgruber’: Art exhibition draws attention to activists’ demands
by Diya Kraybill
“We want to remind the administration that even though many of us are studying remotely, graduated, or off-campus, we are still holding them accountable,” said Anna Hiltner ’23, co-coordinator of Divest Princeton.
Daybreak: Divest Princeton Series Trailer
by Francesca Block
Listen to the trailer for Daybreak's upcoming episode series about the history of the Divest Princeton movement and the divestment debate on campus today
Thank you for exploring our Earth Day Issue