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ACLU, SPIA host panel on clemency

A recent lecture held by the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) hosted Oregon Governor Kate Brown and prison reform advocate Michael Thompson; both were awarded the ACLU’s first ever Lewis Conway Jr. Leadership in Clemency Award for their work.

A recent lecture held by the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) hosted Oregon Governor Kate Brown and prison reform advocate Michael Thompson; both were awarded the ACLU’s first ever Lewis Conway Jr. Leadership in Clemency Award for their work.


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Q&A with Ilya Kaminsky, Ukrainian-American poet, translator, and professor

In an interview with the ‘Prince’ following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Kaminsky discussed the war in Ukraine, suffering and joy, and the role of poetry and translation in times of crisis. 

In an interview with the ‘Prince’ following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Kaminsky discussed the war in Ukraine, suffering and joy, and the role of poetry and translation in times of crisis. 


Derek Chauvin Trial March

Princeton faculty, community members reflect on Chauvin trial verdict

The ‘Prince’ spoke with several University professors and a student on the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin and what it means for the future of police accountability.

The ‘Prince’ spoke with several University professors and a student on the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin and what it means for the future of police accountability.


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Rutgers University to divest from fossil fuels

“The committee discussed the importance of precedent in its deliberations, and its hope was that this balanced, collaborative approach would be a model for future committees and for other institutions,” Ballentine wrote in his email to The Daily Princetonian.

“The committee discussed the importance of precedent in its deliberations, and its hope was that this balanced, collaborative approach would be a model for future committees and for other institutions,” Ballentine wrote in his email to The Daily Princetonian.


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