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On Thursday, Oct. 17, The Daily Princetonian sat down with Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin for an interview. Rubin, a Republican, is one of the foremost advocates of the Never Trump movement and has repeatedly denounced her former party in her columns and on MSNBC, where she is a frequent commentator. Rubin visited the Woodrow Wilson School through the Christian A. Johnson Endeavor Foundation Leadership through Mentorship Program.
Walter Hood is an acclaimed architect and a 2019 MacArthur Fellow. Hood designed "Double Sights," an installation aimed at recognizing the complicated legacy of Woodrow Wilson, Class of 1879. The installation was dedicated on Oct. 5.
On Saturday, October 6, The Daily Princetonian sat down with Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School Cecilia Rouse to discuss the recent Walter Hood installation — “Double Sights” — which grapples with the complex legacy of former University president and President of the United States Woodrow Wilson, Class of 1879.
Eight undergraduates were named the 2019 recipients of the Spirit of Princeton Award, according to Leadership Program Coordinator Claire Pinciaro.
On Wednesday, April 10, The Daily Princetonian sat down with former Arizona Senator Jeff Flake for an interview. Flake — a member of the Republican party — is famous for his public and vocal criticism of President Donald Trump, culminating in a fiery 2017 speech on the Senate floor, in which he announced he would not seek re-election for a second term. Now, as a contributor for CBS News, he continues to denounce the current administration and many of its policies.
Following her graduation at the University, Karen Richardson ’93 has dedicated her entire career as an administrator to promoting equity and diversity within higher education. Now, she will have the opportunity to continue that mission as the University’s chief admission officer.
In a panel discussion held in the Friend Center, history professors Kevin M. Kruse and Julian E. Zelizer spoke on their investigation of how the partisan divide in American political life came to be.
The new Undergraduate Student Government administration has big plans — and a slightly smaller budget.
Protesters gathered in the town of Princeton on Saturday, Jan. 12, to protest against white supremacy — even when the white supremacists themselves were nowhere to be seen.
A Twitter account belonging to the New Jersey European Heritage Association (NJEHA), a white supremacist organization, issued a statement Friday afternoon that the group’s demonstration planned for Saturday, Jan. 12, allegedly is a hoax and will not occur.
The New Jersey European Heritage Association (NJEHA), a white supremacist organization, plans to hold a demonstration at noon on Saturday, Jan. 12, in Palmer Square, drawing counter-protests from members of the University and the town at large.
For radical activist Angela Davis, Ph.D., the criminal justice system and capitalism are one and the same.
Two University seniors, Jonah Herzog-Arbeitman ’19 and Myrial Holbrook ’19, as well as Ararat Gocmen, a 2017 Princeton alumnus, have been named 2019 Marshall Scholars.
The Daily Princetonian sat down with Undergraduate Student Government (USG) presidential candidates Zarnab Virk ’20, Electra Frelinghuysen ’20, and Nate Lambert ’20, who answered questions about themselves, their platforms, and their plans for the University.
It’s shameful to go to a university that is so enamored with Woodrow Wilson, according to National Book Award-winning writer Ta-Nehisi Coates.
Gregory Cantrell, the University’s associate director for workplace safety in the Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS), was charged with possession of child pornography, the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office announced early in the morning on Wednesday, Nov. 28. He has been placed on administrative leave, according to University Spokesperson and Director of Media Relations Ben Chang.
Eating club presidents are pushing back against a recently released task force report, which recommended that clubs decrease the role of prior affiliations in the selection process and cut costs to lower membership dues, among other suggestions.
The Department of Public Safety wrote that a man peered into a graduate student’s window while exposing himself at Lawrence Apartments late Monday evening in an email to the campus community. The suspect — described as a white male in his 40s, approximately five feet eight inches tall, and wearing a dark-colored hoodie — has not been located at the time of publishing.
The eating clubs should do more to promote inclusivity, health, and transparency, according to a report released on Nov. 12 by the Task Force on the Relationship between the University and the Eating Clubs.
Arthur C. Brooks, President of the conservative think tank American Enterprise Institute and a New York Times monthly columnist, sat down with The Daily Princetonian Tuesday afternoon. Below is a lightly edited transcript of the conversation.