The letter alleges that the McCormick campaign violated federal and state election law by creating “several fake websites, email accounts and virtual personas in an attempt to smear” Watson Coleman.
Some other students “doing wet-lab work” or other research that requires being on campus will also be allowed to return, Dean of the College Jill Dolan said in an exclusive interview with The Daily Princetonian.
While the POCC believes anti-racist training and teaching requirements imperil free speech, several students felt these measures would promote open dialogue.
The University’s decision on fall undergraduate instruction will not come this week. In a statement to The Daily Princetonian, University Spokesperson Ben Chang indicated that the announcement will be made the week of July 6.
Wilson College will become “First College” and the Woodrow Wilson School will be renamed “The Princeton School of Public and International Affairs.”
‘Tired of committees’: Students demand re-naming of Wilson School, reparations, and anti-racist curriculum
“The University heard these demands before,” said one petition signatory. “It’s all about applying pressure at this point.”
President Eisgruber asks senior leaders to explore how U. can fight racism, prepare reports by Aug. 21
“We have convened several task forces during the past decade to study issues of diversity and inclusion at Princeton University and made progress by implementing changes they recommended,“ President Eisgruber wrote to Cabinet members. “We have not, however, focused on eliminating racism. That is the charge I give to you now.”
This ruling is not the end of the battle for DACA. The Opinion noted that it is within the power of DHS to end DACA but that the method by which they did so was illegal.
Demonstrations have swept the nation in the weeks since the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. We spoke with six Princeton students about their experiences protesting, thoughts on recent activism, and hopes for change.
Critics have deemed journalist and Rappler CEO Maria Ressa’s conviction a blow to freedom of the press in the Philippines.