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A tiger statue is seen in front of the orange and green trees.

Donations should not be conditional on student speech

“Princeton would better serve itself, its students, and its donors by remaining neutral on controversial social issues and letting students think and speak for themselves.”

“Princeton would better serve itself, its students, and its donors by remaining neutral on controversial social issues and letting students think and speak for themselves.”


Front profile from the left of Nassau Hall’s front facade. Tan, stone building covered by green ivy, with a clock and bell tower above and an American flag. The building is surrounded by trees, predominately on the left of the image.

For more socioeconomic diversity at Princeton, going test-optional is the wrong place to start

"Removing the SAT and ACT requirement is not the answer to increase socioeconomic diversity at Princeton. Standardized testing scores are the one objective admissions metric that is least biased towards wealthy students and is most helpful in identifying students who did not have the opportunity to take advanced coursework, participate in expensive activities, or enhance their application through attendance at prestigious high schools."

An image of Nassau Hall, Princeton's administrative center.


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