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Han Yeol became a hero because he felt that he had a duty to his fellow countrymen and nation. His fortitude, however, is hard to come by. Even now in Princeton, where the threats of police brutality and unjust arrests are low, many students hesitate to criticize what they believe the government is doing wrong.
While we may safely agree that Feinstein overstepped constitutional boundaries, we can also acknowledge that the root of her concerns about the separation of church and state has yet to fully be fully addressed within our current legal system.
The only way to provide equal opportunity for low-income Americans is to adopt an identity-blind meritocracy where society fights the causes of poverty. Feel-good policies like affirmative action don’t work.
I hope the conservative students at Princeton join us for the many events planned for Latinx Heritage Month.
This fall, the ‘Prince’ will revise its process for publishing unsigned editorials, which accompany the bylined columns, guest contributions, and letters on our Opinion pages.
Trump may end DACA as early as Sept. 1. We urge Trump not to end DACA without a suitable, compassionate, and permanent replacement and the University to bring DACA students back to campus before the Sept. 5 deadline imposed by the group of attorneys general who have threatened to sue the Trump administration. Let’s live up to our motto — “Princeton in the nation’s service and the service of humanity.”
We encourage all students, faculty, and other community members to think for themselves, seek the truth, and approach every issue, regardless of emotional charge, with an open mind, respectful attitude, and confidence that they can speak freely without false charges of bigotry based on inaccurate moral equivalences.
I am honored to join fourteen distinguished colleagues at three of the world’s foremost institutions of higher learning in encouraging the young people joining us on campus this year to think for themselves, and to speak their minds.
On Tuesday, Aug. 29, the Princeton Campus was placed on lockdown for ten minutes while officials investigated reports of an armed person.
As a single student, you may feel frustrated that you cannot impact world affairs, or that even if you really tried to, the time commitment would take away from your future career.
James Cameron’s criticism of the recent Wonder Woman film as objectifying an icon rather than celebrating feminism is perfectly valid.
Inclusiveness through Diversity, No it’s not an oxymoron, at least not at residential dining at Princeton University.
The events in Charlottesville, Virginia, have made the presence of neo-Nazism and white nationalism in the United States undeniable.
During the 1960 presidential campaign, Republican Vice Presidential candidate Henry Cabot Lodge stated that a black man would be appointed to the cabinet if his running mate, Richard M.
To the Muslim students of the Class of 2021:Assalamu ‘alaykum! Welcome to Princeton University, home of the exciting next chapter of your lives!
To the University of Virginia and the Charlottesville Community:In the spirit of diversity and justice, members of the Princeton University Class of 2021 stand in solidarity with the students, family, and community members who were affected by the tragic events that occurred in Charlottesville on August 11th and 12th.
If I told you Nazis were marching down the street, chanting “Blood and Soil,” waving the infamous black with red swastika flag, you’d think I was giving a history report.
President Eisgruber explained that Princeton does consider race in admissions, but that every applicant is nonetheless given “a fair shake.” A truly fair shake would level out the differences in performance resulting from an applicant’s socioeconomic background.
I defend the University’s affirmative action policies by placing them in their definitional and historical context. Opponents of affirmative action call it racist, like my fellow columnist Hayley Siegel. Yet arguments like these do not properly understand affirmative action, its importance, nor its context at the University.
I got an email from my editor. Ryan, the frosh are coming, he said, we need some articles for them.