In your comments about Ilya Shapiro ’99 (Alumni in the News, posted online Feb. 8, 2021), you omit the fact that the actions of the Georgetown dean in suspending Mr. Shapiro directly violated Georgetown’s stated principles of free speech and thought. This violation has been publicly pointed out by Georgetown faculty and alumni. One would think that PAW would have the grace to mention this violation when “reporting” on an alumnus. However, in the interest of advancing the woke culture and suppressing conservative speech and thought, PAW omitted this. Not surprising — it must be very difficult to be conservative on the Princeton campus today, either as a faculty member or a student.

Charles Frisbie ’61
Kansas City, Mo.