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Julia Ilhardt


Marie Yovanovitch ’80 testifies before Congress

“This is about far more than me or a couple of individuals,” Yovanovitch said. “As Foreign Service professionals are being denigrated and undermined, the institution is also being degraded. This will soon cause real harm, if it hasn’t already.”

NJ minimum wage set to rise until 2024

On Monday, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation that will increase the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2024. University students and the larger Princeton town community will not immediately feel the effects of the law.

Title IX comment period ended, U. critiqued proposed changes

The comment period for the proposed Title IX changes has ended. The University, in conjunction with the American Association of Universities and the New Jersey State Bar Association, left suggestions as to how to improve the proposed changes.

Penn professor discusses discrimination in Asian-American communities

Themes of his book include the phenomenon of “racial melancholia” — an estrangement from American culture surrounding racial norms — as it relates to depression and suicide among model minorities. Still, in the years after his early work on racial melancholia, Eng started to notice different behaviors in the students of his Asian-American literature and culture classes.