In many ways, this imposes a modern racist standard upon immigrants, much like the one imposed upon indigenous groups in the past. This standard suggests that immigrants have to speak English and live a Western lifestyle, or else there is no place for them here.
Not only do “Street holidays” exacerbate issues of social exclusivity, they further propel the belief that a “great” college experience revolves around partying.
Now 50 years from the beginning of coeducation, we must realize that coeducation was not an opportunity joyously offered to women by higher institutions like Princeton. It was an opportunity seized by women to better the world for themselves.