The Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding and the Office of Wintersession and Campus Engagement launched TO BE KNOWN AND HEARD, an online gallery featuring examples of systemic racism on campus and other notable experiences of students and faculty from minority groups that show “injustices and indignities in the University’s history.” The site, available at knownandheard.princeton.edu, includes examples from the time of Princeton’s founding through the present day.
Jimin Kang ’21 and Aisha Tahir ’21 are recipients of the 2021 SACHS SCHOLARSHIP, named for Daniel Sachs ’60 and one of Princeton’s highest honors. Kang, a PAW student writer and Spanish and Portuguese major, will pursue two master’s degrees at Oxford: one in comparative literature and critical translation, and another in environmental studies. Tahir, an African American studies major, received the Sachs Global Scholarship and will research feminist movements in India and Pakistan before pursuing development studies at SOAS University of London. University of Oxford graduate student Hannah Duffus received a Sachs Scholarship to study at Princeton’s Graduate School.