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In the Satires, the Roman poet Juvenal asks, “Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?” Or in English, “Who watches the watchmen?”Centuries later, it is time to come to terms with the full import of this question and what it means for our fractured society and even our campus community, which has boldly attempted to meet this question head-on by orchestrating protests, vigils, and sit-ins.In recent months, much impassioned discussion has surrounded the justifiabilityof certain police killings of black men.
This past summer, the University Office of Human Resources released guidelines on inclusive language for official communications.
For the past few weeks, day in and day out, there has been a man waging a singularbattle in support of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign by FitzRandolph Gate or the Alexander Street entrance to the towpath.
This piece was originally published on this day, September 22, 1992. Another acronym has hit the Princeton campus.
Donald Trump Jr. tweeted an image of a bowl of Skittles —with 3 Skittles that would kill you —Monday night, comparing Syrian refugees with the candy in an effort to attack “the politically correct agenda.” The Mars company considerately responded with this tweet, “Skittles are candy.
These past few weeks have seen radical social and political events on a monumental scale, but one would hardly know it from reading or watching traditional sources of media.
As I read through the fall semester program calendar for the Women’s Center, one event in particular caught my attention.
The pre-frosh of last year are now officially students at Princeton and have been initiated into the Princeton experience: that magical four-year span of time in which you grow as a person and meet the wonderful people who will be your friends for the rest of your life.
Take a moment to answer this riddle: A father and son have a car accident and are both badly hurt.
I read an article about the Princeton HR Department publishing amemo about removing words containing "man" from their approvedvocabulary.
Princeton needs to fix some seriously absurd rules. I think most students agree that the new $200 ($200!) fine for propping a dorm door is ridiculous.
As we were all packing to either first arrive or return to Princeton, fall semester had already begun at most other colleges.
This Olympic season was very much one of firsts — ranging from the to-be-confirmed retirement of the most decorated Olympian in history (Phelps may yet attempt another resurgence), to the first U.S.