International students should not have to bear a major financial burden because of the University’s mistake, and the administration should act to rectify it.
Reforming Princeton's Title IX process will take more than oversight and town hall meetings.
Princeton’s systemic impunity, lack of transparency, and unaccountability to its students are not acceptable. We reiterate our full support of the students demanding Title IX reform and condemn administrative attempts to dismiss and silence them.
The scope of systematic unfairness in both the 2018 and 2019 Room Draws — although inadvertent — is nevertheless extremely concerning.
I’m saying this as a survivor. Cancelling someone doesn’t need to last forever.
The people of Venezuela need freedom, and only an intervention will deliver it.
We are excited that students now have the opportunity to vote during next week’s USG elections cycle to eliminate standard penalty and create an Honor System with penalties that are more commensurate with the severity of violations.
The categorical prohibition of all relations between faculty and graduate students whose academic enterprises are unrelated is, at best, misguided.
We want you to know that we hear you and want to support you to the best of our ability. We believe that every person deserves to be safe, respected, and happy on this campus, and we are here to listen to you always. If we can provide any other information that would be helpful, answer any questions, or address any concerns you may have that are currently unaddressed, including any you may have about your experience(s) with SHARE, we welcome further conversation.
Today, we must look beyond the environmental impacts of our personal choices to consider the responsibilities we have as a community of young people and as members of an academic institution.