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May I propose a New Year’s resolution for 2019? Let’s determine to speak up and to speak out, to raise our voices with clarity and compassion, to refuse to hold back regardless of cost or consequence. Will you join me?
To those of you who are already doing this, I encourage you to continue to stand strong.
To those who are not, now is most certainly the time. What are you waiting for?
One of the most important principles taught by Jesus was that if we try to save our lives, we lose them. But if we lose our lives …
In light of the self-indulgent, self-referential, and oppressive efforts of both students and faculty to impose their ideological views and circumscribe speech on college campuses, it is refreshing and inspiring to see that not all students can be intimidated. A student group has formed at Princeton University that seeks to restore the mission of Princeton to pursue truth through a critical examination of all ideas. They seek to prevent university-sponsored separatism and de facto censorship, arguing that not even “identity-forming values” should be immune from criticism.
Read this letter to the president of Princeton University from the ten Princeton students …