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‘Irrespective of color’: Princeton’s missed opportunity to integrate in the 1830s

188 years before the University would admit African American students, a man named David Leavitt offered the University $1,000 to admit students “irrespective of Color” and grant them “like privileges.” Despite being on the brink of financial ruin, the institution passed on the donation.

188 years before the University would admit African American students, a man named David Leavitt offered the University $1,000 to admit students “irrespective of Color” and grant them “like privileges.” Despite being on the brink of financial ruin, the institution passed on the donation.


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The Supreme Court’s decision on affirmative action, explained

The Daily Princetonian breaks down the Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action, and what it means for the future of admissions at the University. 

The Daily Princetonian breaks down the Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action, and what it means for the future of admissions at the University. 


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Gen. Mark Milley ’80 discusses hockey, service, Capitol riots

Gen. Mark Milley ’80 sat down with the ‘Prince’ while he was on campus for the Hobey 100 weekend to talk about hockey, reflect on his time as a student at the University, and discuss the Jan. 6 riots and his obligations as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under erratic leadership. 

Gen. Mark Milley ’80 sat down with the ‘Prince’ while he was on campus for the Hobey 100 weekend to talk about hockey, reflect on his time as a student at the University, and discuss the Jan. 6 riots and his obligations as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under erratic leadership.


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Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80, Dean Dolan talk women and leadership

Former Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80 spoke on Monday, Nov. 28 about her latest book “Renewal: From Crisis to Transformation in Our Lives, Work, and Politics” at an event hosted by the Princeton Public Library.

Former Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80 spoke on Monday, Nov. 28 about her latest book “Renewal: From Crisis to Transformation in Our Lives, Work, and Politics” at an event hosted by the Princeton Public Library.


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Association of Black Seminarians calls for renaming of Princeton Theological Seminary chapel

The association hosted a demonstration on the steps of the Miller Chapel on Tuesday, Jan. 18. The chapel is currently named after an influential PTS figure, Samuel Miller, who was a slaveowner.

The association hosted a demonstration on the steps of the Miller Chapel on Tuesday, Jan. 18. The chapel is currently named after an influential PTS figure, Samuel Miller, who was a slaveowner.


Meet USG presidential candidates Mayu Takeuchi and Jasman Singh

We sit down with the University Student Government presidential candidates, Mayu Takeuchi ’23 and Jasman Singh ’23 to hear more about their platforms, goals, and qualifications.

We sit down with the University Student Government presidential candidates, Mayu Takeuchi ’23 and Jasman Singh ’23 to hear more about their platforms, goals, and qualifications.


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Q&A with Delaware State Senator Sarah McBride, highest-ranking transgender elected official in U.S. history

McBride sat down with The Daily Princetonian to discuss her political trajectory and daily responsibilities as a state senator, as well as give advice to Princeton’s student activists.  

McBride sat down with The Daily Princetonian to discuss her political trajectory and daily responsibilities as a state senator, as well as give advice to Princeton’s student activists. 


A panel on reporting on the Supreme Court

On July 19, the ‘Prince’ and the American Whig-Cliosophic Society held a panel focused on journalism reporting on the Supreme Court. Click here to watch the full event.

On July 19, the ‘Prince’ and the American Whig-Cliosophic Society held a panel focused on journalism reporting on the Supreme Court. Click here to watch the full event.


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Reporting on the Supreme Court

The Daily Princetonian and the American Whig-Cliosophic Society present "Reporting on the Supreme Court," a panel event on Monday, July 19, from 8-9 p.m. EST. Panelists: - Chris Geidner, MSNBC columnist and previous legal editor at BuzzFeed - David Lat, Founder of Original Jurisdiction and Above the Law - Kimberly Robinson, Supreme Court correspondent for Bloomberg Law 

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Disability Representation in the Media

A panel presented by The Daily Princetonian and the Princeton Disability Collective. The panel focused on the importance of media representation on issues related to disability and how to create accessible and inclusive newsroom environments. The panel was on Monday, June 21. Panelists: * Eric Garcia, former editor at The Washington Post and The Hill and author of "We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation" * Wendy Lu, Staff News Editor and National Reporter at HuffPost * Sara Luterman, journalist with bylines at outlets including The Nation, The American Prospect and Slate and Contributing Editor at Radiolab * Julia Métraux, Editorial Assistant at Narratively * Cara Reedy, Program Manager of Disability Media Alliance Project at DREDF

NEWS | 06/21/2024

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