“The biggest thing that's been different is trying to figure out how we can stay as safe as possible so we can continue providing this service,” said Ares Alvisatos ’21, speaking about the new safety measures that Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad has had to take since the beginning of the...
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Author David Daley has spent years raising the alarm about partisan gerrymandering and its threat to democracy. In his first book, he explored how high level Republican operatives sought to use the U.S. redistricting process to advantage their party in state and federal elections.
Katie Fahey never thought her Facebook post would ignite a political movement. However, her post in 2016 about how she wanted to take on gerrymandering in her home state of Michigan began a successful movement to create a ballot initiative to establish a nonpartisan, independent redistricting commission.
“In what year did Trenton get its current name?”
“John F. Dryden founded the Prudential Insurance Company in Newark in what year?”
“True or False: The first reading of the Declaration of Independence was in Princeton.”
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“I’ve literally been playing all morning,” remarks Emily Aronson, campus life writer in Princeton University’s Office of Communications. Seated at a tiny craft table in a classroom that has just been emptied of toddlers who had been shepherded outside for recess, Aronson finally has a moment to catch her breath.
“Chances are if something wrong is happening to one person, it’s happening to others in the same environment,” said Mark Hopkins, an activist and organizer speaking at one of three Grassroot Organizing 101 workshops held this past fall.