By Logan Sander
Princeton Is ‘Quiet Ivy’ No More as Raucous Israel Debate Roils Campus
Princeton University has long been known as the “conservative Ivy.” It’s a reference that encompasses not just the school’s centrist political image when compared with Ivy League universities like Harvard or Brown, but also its bucolic atmosphere and generally quiescent student body. But Princeton’s cultivated image of ivory tower calm seemed to vanish like a…
Princeton Students Narrowly Reject Divestment Referendum
Princeton University undergraduates have defeated a referendum on divestment from Israel by a narrow margin. The referendum on divestment — the first ever on an American campus in which all undergrads were allowed to vote — lost by a margin of 52.5% to 47.5%. Some 2,032 students, or almost 39% of all undergraduates at the…
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