The resolution begins by outlining the United States’ history of accepting migrants and points to Princeton’s “long and proud history of welcoming immigrants of all backgrounds into our community.” It goes on to condemn what it refers to as “inhuman treatment of migrants at our borders.”
A replacement train was sent to take passengers on the scheduled route. It arrived in Philadelphia at approximately 3:35 a.m., three hours and 25 minutes behind schedule.
Last week, U.S. Magistrate Judge Sallie Kim ’86 fined U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos $100,000 for contempt of court for violating a preliminary injunction.
When a professor questioned if Ukraine’s reputation as being one of the most corrupt countries is justified, Volodymr Yelchencko refuted that claim, stating that “there are much more corrupt countries in Africa and in some other parts of this world.”
Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a judge in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and Professor at the Notre Dame Law School, opened her Oct. 17 talk on campus by arguing, “The story of the United States can’t be told without the Constitution.”
On Wednesday, Saunders, Slovenian professor and film critic Jela Krecic, and author and new-age philosopher Slavoj Zizek convened at the Betts Auditorium on campus to discuss superheroes and film, and their relation to human nature.