The March 30 decision in Verdú v. The Trustees of Princeton University et al. followed an almost year-long legal battle evaluating Verdú’s claim that the University violated Title IX and the 1964 Civil Rights Act in his firing.
On March 24, all students who vacated campus by March 19 were credited a prorated refund on housing costs and their residential college fee for nine-sixteenths of the original charge. A similar refund for student meal plans was provided on March 26.
From The Daily Princetonian comes a roundtable talk show that delves into race on Princeton's campus, bringing you in-depth, unfiltered conversations on student experiences. Co-hosted by Staff Writer Omar Farah '23, alongside Aishah Balogun '23 and Victoria Agwam '23, two members of the Black Student Union, The Orange Table seeks to candidly discuss race on Princeton's campus and at colleges throughout the nation. In this inaugural episode, we take a look at the current state of activism on campus. Joined by representatives from ChangeWWSNow, the Black Student Union and the Black Leadership Coalition, The Orange Table discusses everything from Double Sights and reparations to the efficacy of online activism. The panel reflects on how Princeton University is meeting this unique moment in American history. You can also listen to The Orange Table on Spotify.