The following stories at PAW Online and in other publications on the campus and beyond include reactions from alumni, students, and faculty following President-elect Donald Trump’s Nov. 8 victory.

Princeton Theater Community Gathers in Show of Solidarity

McCarter Theatre hosted a commemorative “ghost light” ceremony, attended by several University theater groups, to reaffirm a commitment to diversity and inclusion on the night of Jan. 19. READ MORE

Opinion: More John Calhoun than Old Hickory

President Donald Trump’s supporters liken him to Andrew Jackson, history professor Sean Wilentz writes in The New York Times, but Trump’s rhetoric is “phony populism” in comparison to that of the popular war hero who rose to become the nation’s seventh president. READ MORE

Opinion: To Stop Trump, Democrats Can Learn From the Tea Party

In The New York Times, Ezra Levin *13, Leah Greenberg, and Angel Padilla *13, the authors of “Indivisible: A Practical Guide for Resisting the Trump Agenda,” write that Democrats can use tactics that have worked for Tea Party activists to oppose the incoming Congress and president. READ MORE

Opinion: What Donald Trump Doesn’t Know About Black People

Michael Eric Dyson *93 writes in The New York Times that during the campaign, Trump’s “views on black people, poverty and cities were quickly challenged as myopic and ill informed. But the administration he is building is emblematic of his ignorance.” READ MORE

Opinion: Donald Trump’s Israel Ambassador Pick Is Hazardous to Peace

In The New York Times, Professor Daniel Kurtzer, a former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, writes that the recent selection for that job, Daniel Friedman, lacks experience and knowledge and “appears to have little interest in broadening his understanding.” READ MORE

Annual ‘Muslim Monologues’ Feature Voices of Hope, Anxiety

The atmosphere surrounding the annual Muslim Monologues, organized to give voice to the stories of Muslim students on Princeton’s campus, was tense this year. The event included stories of hope and defiance of discrimination. READ MORE

Navarro Continues Sharp Critique of Trump in Campus Visit

Ana Navarro, the Republican strategist and political commentator known for her fierce public rejection of GOP nominee Donald Trump, came to Princeton this week — and immediately made clear in a sharp and feisty public talk that her opposition to Trump has not softened since he became president-elect. READ MORE

President Eisgruber ’83 Pledges Support for Undocumented Students

Amid concerns about the future of undocumented students on campus, President Eisgruber ’83 said the University will support them “to the maximum extent that the law allows.” At the same time, he rejected the idea of declaring Princeton a “sanctuary campus,” saying the proposal has no legal basis. READ MORE

Panel: Much at Stake, Much Uncertain as Trump Takes Office

Whether speaking from a historical, political, sociological, or anthropological perspective, the eight Princeton professors at a Nov. 28 panel discussion had few answers to the many lingering questions about the president-elect. READ MORE

Books for Understanding: A Reading List

The Princeton University Press highlights titles related to the current political climate, including several books by University faculty. READ MORE

Opinion: Mexico Doesn’t Have to Appease Trump. It Can Fight Back.

NYU professor Jorge G. Castañeda ’73, Mexico’s foreign minister from 2000 to 2003, writes in The New York Times that Mexico “may achieve more through obstruction” than by appeasement. READ MORE

President Eisgruber ’83 Supports Protection of Undocumented Immigrants who Arrived as Children

More than 100 college and university presidents have joined the call to continue the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy. READ MORE

Faculty Members Endorse Call for ‘Empathy and Respect’

More than 335 members of the Princeton faculty have signed a petition saying that “all members of our community deserve to be treated with empathy and respect.” READ MORE

At Wilson School, Panelists Explore ‘What Happened’ in Presidential Campaign

Rifts in both major parties shaped the 2016 campaign, according to professors who spoke at a Nov. 17 forum. At another event, Adm. Mike Mullen spoke about national security issues facing the new administration. READ MORE

Argument: Donald Trump Is Declaring Bankruptcy on the Post-War World Order

In a Foreign Policy opinion column, Princeton history professor Jeremy Adelman writes that under President-elect Donald Trump, the United States  seems poised “to go from leading the world as a stabilizer to leading the world as a destabilizer.” READ MORE

Why I Had to Eat a Bug on CNN

In The New York Times, Princeton professor Sam Wang wrote about why the presidential polls were wrong, and what we can do about it. READ MORE

Students Rally for Immigrant Rights

More than 350 students, faculty, and others gathered at the steps of Nassau Hall Nov. 17 to demand that the University become a “sanctuary campus” for its undocumented students when Donald Trump takes office as president. READ MORE

Petition Urges Action to Protect Undocumented Students

An online petition calling on University administrators to “proclaim Princeton University as a sanctuary campus for undocumented students and Princeton residents” has been signed by more than 1,600 students, alumni, faculty, staff, and other supporters as of Nov. 17. Organizers also are planning a demonstration at Nassau Hall. READ MORE

What Whiteness Means in the Trump Era

In The New York Times, Nell Irvin Painter, a professor emeritus in Princeton's history department, writes that “the election of 2016 marked a turning point in white identity.” READ MORE

President Eisgruber ’83 Issues Statement Responding to the Presidential Election

President Eisgruber ’83 issued a statement Nov. 11 responding to the presidential election, calling on the Princeton community to sustain “a culture of open discussion where all voices are heard and respected.” READ MORE

Listening to Know our Fellow Citizens

“One of the only things Americans today seem to agree on is that there are significant divides within the United States, a real disconnect that separates us from our fellow citizens,” Kemi Adegoroye ’13 writes in an essay for PAW published on Nov. 11. READ MORE

Our Blue Orange Bubble 

In the Nov. 10 Daily Princetonian, Jacquelyn Thorbjornson ’19 writes that bullying opponents into silence is “antithetical to the liberal value of inclusivity.” READ MORE

Students Gather on Steps of Nassau Hall to Protest Trump

About 200 students gathered at Nassau Hall Nov. 9 to protest President-elect Donald Trump, chanting “Love trumps hate” and “Trump has got to go” and listening to speakers voice concern about his views on women, minorities, and immigrants. READ MORE