Theodore K. Rabb GS ’61 was the co-founder of the Humanities sequence to introduce a group of first-year students to the literature, philosophy, and history of Western civilization.
On Wednesday, Feb. 6, an anonymous person submitted a 276-page document that contained each of the 1,460 Bicker cards from Ivy Club’s February 2017 Bicker to Tiger Confessions, a Facebook group where members can submit anonymous confessions. Ivy confirmed to The Daily Princetonian that the Bicker cards uploaded to Tiger Confessions were the same ones publicly accessible through GitHub.
Renowned mathematician Elias M. Stein, the Albert Baldwin Dod Professor Emeritus of Mathematics at the University, passed away on Dec. 23, 2018, at the age of 87.
Repairs are currently underway, and the club is slated reopen for Street Week after Intersession.
John C. “Jack” Bogle ’51 has passed away at 89. A giant in the investment world, he founded the first index mutual fund and the influential Vanguard Group.
Leaders of the Eastern Orthodox Church have filed a federal lawsuit against the University over four historic religious manuscripts that date back to the Byzantine era.
On Tuesday, Dec. 11, Time Magazine named University alumni Maria Ressa ’86 and other journalists as 2018 Person of the Year.
Milley is a four-star general who has served as Army Chief of Staff since August 2015. He will succeed Marine Corps General Joseph Dunford, whose term as Chairman of the JCS will end in 2019 fall.
Whitman began by addressing the “norms” that have defined principles of American government and the Constitution throughout U.S. history. She then discussed the significance of several institutions and principles that she believes are particularly relevant in current-day politics, such as freedom of the press, the emoluments clause of the Constitution, and the loopholes in the Code of Ethics of Government Service.
One of the nation’s foremost constitutional legal experts would repeal Title VI of the Civil Rights Act in order to solve the quandary that is Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard. “Well, I say, what you do is to repeal [Title VI], and then Harvard can do pretty much whatever it wants,” Richard A. Epstein, the Laurence A. Tisch Professor of Law at New York University (NYU) School of Law, said in a lecture Monday, Nov. 26.