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We asked columnists to respond to the following prompt: “imagine a more racially just and racially inclusive Princeton, and write about how we can get there.” We hope their resulting columns encourage readers in our community to not only reflect on Princeton’s complicated past but to imagine a more just future.

We asked columnists to respond to the following prompt: “imagine a more racially just and racially inclusive Princeton, and write about how we can get there.” We hope their resulting columns encourage readers in our community to not only reflect on Princeton’s complicated past but to imagine a more just future.


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Sanders led the pack, with 38.8 percent of respondents with U.S. home addresses listing him as their top-choice candidate.
Graphic Credit: Harsimran Makkad / The Daily Princetonian

Plurality of Princetonians support Bernie Sanders, ‘Prince’ poll shows

Nearly half of respondents listed Bloomberg as their last choice. The next-most-listed candidates were Sanders and Gabbard, with 16.9 percent and 12.1 percent, respectively. Klobuchar received the fewest number of “last choice” considerations, with only 6 students considering her their least favorite choice.

PROJECTS | 03/01/2020