We demand the administration take material steps to ensure the renaming is the first step of many to address its racist institutional history.
The University has an obligation to its community to be clear about the options it is considering for the fall semester and beyond. Bringing students into the fold only when a decision is made shirks that obligation.
Ressa and her colleagues at Rappler, who have unearthed many such abuses, are guilty only of holding Duterte to account.
Campus security should not mirror, let alone multiply, policing practices and forces.
Now more than ever, the University must drop and apologize for its desire to extend qualified immunity to Public Safety officers.
Though this Board commends efforts to minimize the transmission of COVID-19 on campus over the summer, we are deeply concerned by the large and seemingly arbitrary cost that the University is imposing on these students.
We applaud Princeton’s previous decisions to revise policy when confronted with the realities of the pandemic and encourage similar action before the disparate effects of the current grading policy become even more self-evident.
The Editorial Board calls on the University to impose a blanket P/D/F policy for all students.
The Editorial Board supports this petition and enjoins the University to act on its demands.
This Board opposes qualified immunity on principle and finds no reason for the University to support the expansion of this practice.