I challenge the entire Editorial Board to embrace your Public Safety department and make an appointment to speak with these dedicated officers who put their lives on the line every day to keep you safe.
Local communities should make their own decisions regarding re-opening.
During these unprecedented times, many people want to help the world get through the pandemic. Recently, I realized that in addition to social distancing, I can do something else — volunteer for vaccine human challenge trials.
Although this might seem at first contradictory to the stay-at-home orders, for those of us with the privilege and comfort of safe environments, now is our time to get involved. We came to Princeton to become leaders in our fields and serve the world – a pandemic isn’t the time to forget that mission, but rather the time to get to work.
This public health crisis has required us to ask all Princeton undergraduates to do a difficult thing: to complete their semesters online, and, in the case of our seniors, to forgo experiences that they had anticipated throughout their time here.
This year, when we are all restricted from leaving our homes and passing through the threshold of our doorways into the world, let us stand up despite our isolation, anxiety and despair, and open our doors and our hearts with singing.
Our “belief” that this year’s room draw process “will run smoothly” isn’t based on pure optimism, but rather the culmination of several months of work and advocacy.
Whatever my political preferences are, I should be given the same opportunity as any other American to choose from the wide array of candidates.
This is an unprecedented time in Princeton’s history, and we trust that the University is working to promote the safety of our community.
We stand by the decision of the Class Day Co-Chairs and throw our unwavering support behind Marshawn Lynch.