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Finkelstein GS '87 delivers anti-Semitic remarks at panel

Guest speaker and political scientist Norman Finkelstein GS '87 addressed Jacob Katz '23, a veteran of the Israeli Defense Forces and grandson of Holocaust survivors, at a panel discussion on Thursday, Oct. 10, called "Fighting for Justice: From Gaza to Ferguson." Video by Adam Hoffman '23 and Assistant video editor Mark Dodici '22. Caption based on the article "Finkelstein GS '87 delivers anti-Semitic remarks at panel" in Vol. 143, Issue 87 by Contributor Caitlin Limestahl and News writer Marie-Rose Sheinerman. www.dailyprincetonian.com


Students protest new Woodrow Wilson installation, institutional racism

On Oct. 5, 2019, students staged a protest and teach-in directly after President Eisgruber gave remarks about Woodrow Wilson’s legacy in front of a new installation, “Double Sights,” created by Walter Hood, which the Wilson Legacy Review Committee recommended to “educate the campus community and others about both the negative and positive dimensions of Wilson’s complex legacy,” according to the event description. Dannelle Gutarra Cordero, a lecturer in African American Studies, gave a speech, followed by an alumnus and current students. Video by Sarah W. Hirschfield. www.dailyprincetonian.com


DAY 4 | Students involved in Title IX reform protests turned away from Durkee retirement event.

Students who have been protesting for a reform of Princeton's Title IX implementation for the last four days were today kept out of a retirement event in Frick Chemistry Laboratory by Dean Fisher. The Princeton community had been invited to the event in an Office of Communications statement on April 17 found below. The students turned to open expression monitors on hand for support. https://www.princeton.edu/news/2019/0... Video by Associate Video Editor Mark Dodici. www.dailyprincetonian.com


DAY 4 | Students involved with Title IX reform push turned away from Durkee retirement event

Students who have been protesting for a reform of Princeton's Title IX implementation for the last four days were today kept out of a retirement event in Frick Chemistry Laboratory by Dean Fisher. The Princeton community had been invited to the event in an Office of Communications statement on April 17 found below. https://www.princeton.edu/news/2019/04/17/university-and-princeton-community-invited-retirement-reception-vice-president-and Video by Associate Video Editor Mark Dodici. www.dailyprincetonian.com


DAY 2 | U. issues response, student reacts

Princeton University has issued a response to the demands for Title IX reform coming from student demonstrators. While the response did not specifically address any of the students' demands, it claims that "the administration has carefully reviewed the students' document." Prior coverage of the event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1qkB2WV3Wo | Title IX protesters enter Nassau Hall to deliver demands to VP Calhoun https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWUOjMG-JvY&t=3s | Title IX protests continue in front of Nassau Hall Video by Associate Video Editor Mark Dodici www.dailyprincetonian.com


DAY 2 | Title IX protests continue in front of Nassau Hall

A group of nearly 70 students gathered around the front steps to the administrative building chanting for a response to demands delivered Tuesday, when VP Calhoun told six students that they could expect a response today. Student organizers of the protest, which has been going on for more than 27 hours, plan to chant towards the building until their demands are met. Video by Associate Video Editor Mark Dodici www.dailyprincetonian.com


Title IX protesters enter Nassau Hall to deliver demands to VP Calhoun

Captions are recommended for this video. Six Princeton students participating in the ongoing sit-in for Title IX reform sought to hand-deliver a list of demands to President Eisgruber. Though he was not on campus at the time, the group briefly met with Vice President Calhoun, giving her copies of the requests. Video by Associate Video Editor Mark Dodici www.dailyprincetonian.com