Princeton will support Harvard University in a lawsuit over ICE’s order prohibiting international students taking online classes from coming back to campus this year, said President Eisgruber ’83. At Princeton, “some 24 percent of undergrad and graduate students come from other countries.” — The Star Ledger
Former School of Public and International Affairs Dean Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80 was among 150 intellectuals — including six Princeton professors — who signed an open letter supporting “justice and open debate” and against “an intolerance of opposing views.” — Harper’s Magazine
CBS medical contributor David Agus ’87 said schools should reopen in the fall, but masks should be mandatory and school space redesigned for social distancing. “That will take resources and time,” he said. Even if a vaccine is available this fall, things cannot return to normal, he said. — CBS This Morning
Pace University law professor Alexander K.A. Greenawalt ’94 said now that Princeton has removed Woodrow Wilson’s name from its public policy school, it should do the same for other honors, including the Woodrow Wilson Award. — The Hill

P.G. Sittenfeld ’07 — the youngest member ever elected to Cincinnati’s city council, turning 27 just before being sworn in — announced that he’s running for mayor in 2021. — The Cincinnati Enquirer

Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester *85 said economic growth is “leveling off” as coronavirus cases rise, and Congress needs to keep supporting individuals and businesses. — CNBC
The Baltimore Ravens become first NFL team to announce a reduction in stadium capacity in 2020, with Ravens president Dick Cass ’68 saying in a statement, “we have an obligation to our fans and our community.” —
Longtime New Yorker cartoonist Henry Martin ’48, who found “humor in the mundane and everyday,” died in June at age 94. — The New York Times

“The fact that we’re getting good things from the Trump administration is confusing, but isn’t it better than an unbroken avalanche of bad things?”

— Harvard law professor Janet Halley ’74, one of the feminist legal scholars who say new changes by the Education Department bring back fairness and due process for college students accused of sexual harassment. — The New York Times

David McCormick *94 *96, CEO of hedge fund Bridgewater Associates, is mobilizing support for expanding national-service programs he says would help America “overcome our divisions and reaffirm our common purpose.” — The Washington Post
After Princeton dropped Woodrow Wilson 1879’s name from its public policy school, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy stopped using the former president’s desk. — CNN
How to Dress An Egg by Peter Kaminsky '69 and New York City chef Ned Baldwin may be the cookbook of the year. — The Star Tribune
A new tequila created by a celebrity group including Boston Celtics owner Wycliffe “Wyc” Grousbeck ’83 and Michael Jordan is getting good reviews. —