Eisgruber, Other University Presidents Ask President Trump to 'Rectify or Rescind' Immigration Order

Feb 3, 2017
Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber and 47 other American college and university presidents today sent a letter to President Trump urging him to "rectify or rescind the recent executive order closing our country's borders to immigrants and others from seven majority-Muslim countries and to refugees from throughout the world." "If left in place," the letter says, "the order threatens both American higher education and the defining...
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Trump Must Make a Linguist Exception for Special Immigration Visas

Feb 1, 2017
Michael Kelvington MPA '17 wrote this op-ed for Observer. He is an Infantry officer in the U.S. Army with seven deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, including with the 75th Ranger Regiment. Our military remains globally deployed and requires specialized language and cultural skills to accomplish its mission. Much of that comes from locals serving to our benefit, asking little in return. A typical linguist in Afghanistan made the equivalent of $...
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Politics & Polls #28: The Women’s March on Washington with Katha Pollitt

Jan 31, 2017
Published by: Public Affairs
Hailed as one of the largest protests in American history, the Women’s March on Washington gathered hundreds of thousands of people in the district and millions in sister marches across the world. Held just a day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, the protest was an opportunity for Americans to bring gender and reproductive rights to the forefront, an issue many feel is under threat by a Trump administration.    In this episode of...
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President Eisgruber Issues Statement on Federal Immigration Executive Order

Jan 31, 2017
Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber issued this statement to the University community on Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017. To the Princeton community, Many of you have written to express concerns about the recent federal executive order barring entry to the United States for refugees and for citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries. I share those concerns. Since its early days, when the College of New Jersey recruited a transformative...

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