He explained that now, the newest evolution of Russia–U.S. relations is becoming clear: the United States is experiencing a governmental collapse comparable to the fall of the Soviet Union, and meanwhile the leaders of the U.S. and Russia see eye-to- eye on a long list of issues.
Kimberlé Crenshaw, activist and professor, discusses underrepresentation of intersectional identities
Crenshaw argued that we must acknowledge painful truths in order to achieve equality. She said we must acknowledge that constitutional language centered around the idea of the individual prevents the administration of justice to people who have been systemically discriminated against because of their membership to a particular group.
August Flentje ’92 argued Feb. 7 on behalf of the Justice Department in favor of the executive order banning immigration from seven countries in front of a panel of three judges, which included Senior Judge Richard Clifton ’72 of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
As I read through the fall semester program calendar for the Women’s Center, one event in particular caught my attention.
As I sat down in front of the television and prepared to watch the start of the Democratic National Convention with my family, I was worried.
With Beyoncé’s “Run the World (Girls)” playing from the room’s speakers and accompanying my steps, I marched confidently into Richardson Auditorium two weeks ago.
Arriving to Princeton just one month ago, I never thought I would be wearing a pair of light pink, three-inch wedges.