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Protestor in front of Nassau Hall, with their back to the camera, wearing a keffiyeh and holding up a sign that reads "No more $$$$ for genocide."

An open letter from Faculty for Justice in Palestine

“We raise our voices in defense of our students, as well as students around the United States, who are under threat of censure and reprisal for taking political stands that are moral, reasonable, and valid in a free society.”

“We raise our voices in defense of our students, as well as students around the United States, who are under threat of censure and reprisal for taking political stands that are moral, reasonable, and valid in a free society.”


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Open letter to Princeton administrators on combatting antisemitism

“Without infringing on rights to free expression, the following concrete actions — done now, before the situation further deteriorates — will help ensure the University remains a place for Jewish students, faculty, and staff to thrive.”

“Without infringing on rights to free expression, the following concrete actions — done now, before the situation further deteriorates — will help ensure the University remains a place for Jewish students, faculty, and staff to thrive.”


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Statement of support for Dean Amaney Jamal from SPIA students and alumni

As current and former students from SPIA, we will not entertain the baseless and Islamophobic accusations leveled against Dean Amaney Jamal which deliberately ignore her clear, expressed stance on this issue. Dean Jamal has our full support as a professor and administrator, and her humanity is not up for debate. 

As current and former students from SPIA, we will not entertain the baseless and Islamophobic accusations leveled against Dean Amaney Jamal which deliberately ignore her clear, expressed stance on this issue. Dean Jamal has our full support as a professor and administrator, and her humanity is not up for debate. 


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An open letter from Princeton faculty and students in solidarity with Gaza

"We call upon the University administration to uphold the values that Princeton stands for. We serve the nation and serve humanity by collectively working for peace and justice."

"We call upon the University administration to uphold the values that Princeton stands for. We serve the nation and serve humanity by collectively working for peace and justice."


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Princeton must remain steadfast and transparent in its divestment commitments

"The Princeton community was encouraged by the promises made a year ago, but those words need to be followed up with bold action and true leadership."

"The Princeton community was encouraged by the promises made a year ago, but those words need to be followed up with bold action and true leadership."


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An open letter in solidarity with Satyel Larson and in support of academic freedom

“The CJL’s suggestion that Princeton students and faculty should not study controversial texts represents an attack on the very mandate of the University, which is to create an environment in which we wrestle with and question ideas, including — it should go without saying — some of the most pressing issues of our time.”

“The CJL’s suggestion that Princeton students and faculty should not study controversial texts represents an attack on the very mandate of the University, which is to create an environment in which we wrestle with and question ideas, including — it should go without saying — some of the most pressing issues of our time.”


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The debate on legacy admissions

“In a special project, The Daily Princetonian charts the debates about legacy admissions, drawing on different arguments for and against the practice from its inception to the present day.”

“In a special project, The Daily Princetonian charts the debates about legacy admissions, drawing on different arguments for and against the practice from its inception to the present day.”


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Environmental GPA: An open letter on Princeton’s retirement plans and fossil fuels

“Educators across the country are challenging TIAA to live up to its claim to ‘champion green initiatives, address environmental justice and lead our industry in modeling sustainable behavior’ and its recognition that ‘climate risk is investment risk.’ Our faculty and staff should join those at Cornell, SUNY, Rutgers, and other universities to pass a resolution urging TIAA to fully divest their funds of fossil fuels.”

“Educators across the country are challenging TIAA to live up to its claim to ‘champion green initiatives, address environmental justice and lead our industry in modeling sustainable behavior’ and its recognition that ‘climate risk is investment risk.’ Our faculty and staff should join those at Cornell, SUNY, Rutgers, and other universities to pass a resolution urging TIAA to fully divest their funds of fossil fuels.”


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It’s not enough to combat racism at Princeton. We need a center to address it beyond.

“While its peer institutions have taken substantive action to establish centers to address systemic and structural racism, Princeton lags behind.”

“While its peer institutions have taken substantive action to establish centers to address systemic and structural racism, Princeton lags behind.”


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