Students study, enjoy breaks during Reading Period

20160112_OpenSkateNight_DJA_0086_1150 copyIn 1928, The Daily Princetonian’s editorial board wondered if scheduling a formal study time between classes and final exams — a Reading Period — would be valuable. “Would undergraduates be scattered all the way from White Springs to Quebec, or would they really stay in Princeton to study?” the student newspaper wrote March 22, 1928.