“Я люблю тебя.” I love you.
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“Я люблю тебя.” I love you.
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After a year of deliberation, research, and advocacy for possible namesake candidates, the school that once bore John Witherspoon’s name has been renamed “Princeton Middle School” following an 8–1 vote on June 15 by the Princeton Board of Education.
Nota de la redacción: Se garantizó el anonimato a varios trabajadores entrevistados por miedo de represalias. La versión en español es cortesía de Isa Lapuerta, miembra de Princeton Mutual Aid. Sofia Alvarado, una escritora de Features, revisó la traducción. El artículo original fue publicado el 7 de febrero y se puede encontrar aquí.
Indra Laloo is feeling hopeful about her work again. After being on furlough since March 2020, she and other Restaurant Associates contract workers have now been invited back until May.
In this interactive feature, The Daily Princetonian recounts how the Black Justice League’s 2015 Nassau Hall sit-in forced a reckoning with racism on campus. We trace the group’s activism to the present day, from the removal of Woodrow Wilson’s name to ongoing calls for an anti-racist curriculum.
Editor’s Note: Princeton Mutual Aid helped to arrange interviews for this piece, some of which were conducted in Spanish, and provided volunteer translators. A Spanish-language version of this piece is available here, courtesy of Peter Taylor ’22 and Princeton Mutual Aid members Amanda Sol Peralta and Isa Lapuerta. Features writer Sofia Alvarado ’23 reviewed the translation.
On Sept. 2, 2020, amid a national reckoning with racism, University President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 announced that his administration would “combat systemic racism at Princeton and beyond.” Factoring heavily into his plans were several committees, charged with priorities that ranged from inclusive hiring practices to campus iconography.
“Removing Woodrow Wilson’s name was not our first demand. It was not our fourth demand,” Joanna Anyanwu ’15 GS told the ‘Prince.’
At 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 18, 2015, over 200 Princeton students walked out of their lectures and marched toward Nassau Hall. At their helm was the Black Justice League (BJL), a student group dedicated to fighting anti-Black racism.
On March 11, Dean of the College Jill Dolan notified undergraduates that they had eight days to pack up their dorm rooms, return home, and stay there. Only students who met the “strictest criteria” of need would be exempt.
Rockefeller College, the premier example of the Collegiate Gothic style in the country, grapples with a base phenomenon: students defecating or urinating in places other than a toilet or urinal.