Amid worldwide protests against racial injustice, Princeton University is renaming its public policy school in light of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson's racist policies.
The Harvard alum said he was the school's first commencement speaker to be "standing on the spot where his dog urinated seven minutes ago."
Nicholas Johnson said his achievement felt especially empowering given the school's "historical ties to the institution of slavery.”
"What else do you call mass death by public policy?” asked Yale’s Gregg Gonsalves, as draft FEMA documents project 3,000 deaths a day.
Stuck at home from college, we wanted to help during the pandemic. We never expected how fast our idea would catch on.
Everything Summers touches turns to ruin.
Stanford, Princeton and Yale universities said they too will reject millions of dollars in federal funding amid growing scrutiny of wealthy colleges.
The emergency relief fund that was touted as a small business loan program has given millions of dollars to chain restaurants and big businesses.
The school has a massive $41 billion endowment, the largest of any university in the world.
"The pandemic is only just getting started," warned William Hanage, a professor of epidemiology and infectious diseases at Harvard.