Princeton has found weekly journalism too slow for the present rapid whirl of college life. The Princetonian, well known for same years as a staid weekly periodical resembling the Advocate, but a trifle more newsy, appeared on Friday in a new form very like the CRIMSON. The New Jersey students will hereafter receive their rations of news items, accounts of base-ball games, etc., with the proper leaven of editorial, not at lengthy intervals of a a week each, but every other day. The editors whose enterprise has brought about this change, and the college which is to receive the benefit of it are to be congratulated upon this new departure. A tri-weekly is a long step towards a daily paper, and at Princeton, cannot but be for the best interest of the college; for there the Nassau Literary Magazine affords a refuge in which the literary men of the college can find a convenient hiding place for their work.
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