Not In Our Town Princeton


What it means to live in Wilson

First year student Julia Chaffers, who resides in Wilson College and is considering studying at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, reflects on the conflict that presents for her, an African American woman, and on what it…

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Wilson College to remove Woodrow Wilson photo from dining hall wall

Princeton University announced that an enlarged photograph of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson throwing out the first pitch at a baseball game will be removed from the wall of a dining hall at Wilson College, one of the residential colleges at…

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Woodrow Wilson name debate at Princeton continues to sting

This Trenton Times’ editorial praises the action of the Black Justice League in shining a spotlight on the racism of the former president. “Despite their set-back over the name, the protesters are to be commended for shining a light on…

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Race on Campus: Two Responses

Patrick Sims, Vice Provost for Diversity and Climate at University of Wisconsin Madison, responded to a racial incident with a frank and powerful video.  Warning: He reads the note that includes offensive language.  It was slipped under the door of…

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Diversity and Equity at Princeton University: What’s Happening?

Here are updates about Princeton University activity in response to student activist demands from 2015: The special trustee committee that is considering Woodrow Wilson’s legacy at Princeton University has posted a schedule for on-campus, in-person conversations with members of the…

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