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A letter regarding Class Day speaker selection

Unfortunately, the open letter shifted the conversation away from the celebration of the perspective that Mr. Lynch will bring to Class Day, and toward a troubling implication as to the concept of “worthiness” in addressing our class.

Princeton must divest from fossil fuels

In response to these calls, President Eisgruber has repeatedly argued that the University’s divestment from fossil fuels would amount to political position-taking. However, to continue to fund the fossil fuel industry is a political stand and doing nothing in a time of crisis is a moral failure.

Too much to read, too little time?

“Too much to read and too little time” is probably the answer for a good many students. We begin our courses with romantic notions of learning, discussing world-changing ideas, growing deeper and more nuanced in our understanding of ourselves and the world. Soon, however, we are in survival mode, simply trying to keep up with — or at least not fall too far behind in — our work because we’ve got too much to read and too little time.

Bicker: better options exist

Hundreds of students, both current and former, have expressed their enthusiasm and support for our cause, and many more have vented their discontent online over Charter’s decision to switch to Bicker. Students on this campus are becoming increasingly vocal: They are calling for a Princeton where students can find community and break bread irrespective of wealth or social status.

Statement of solidarity: Open letter to the government of India

We, the undersigned students, alumni, and affiliates of Princeton University, recognize, respect, and stand in solidarity with peaceful protests by students of Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University against the passing of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) of 2019.