Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to welcome four new full-time faculty members with appointments effective July 1, 2019. Two existing faculty members have received promotions, one transitioned to emeritus status, and one retired.
With reports that voting rights are being compromised, some have concluded that elections are not truly democratic. Yet, individuals are making positive changes in their communities to protect these important rights.
Iran shot down a U.S. military drone, escalating tensions between the two countries. Ready to strike back, President Trump called off a response Friday morning, saying it was “not proportionate.”
The internet continues to expand and grow in complexity, yet many people are unaware of its origins. Understanding the internet’s roots could be beneficial when looking toward the future of the web.
As the country debates whether President Trump should be impeached, many are making comparisons to past presidencies like Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton. Less attention, however, is paid to the impeachment of Andrew Johnson, the first president to be impeached by the House of Representatives.