I recently spoke with a junior who said she was in the “formerly Woodrow Wilson” program. I assumed it was because it was so much easier to say than the School of Public and International Affairs. Princeton needs to find a easier-to-say and more distinguished name for the School. The last paragraph of Anne Marie Slaughter’s article succinctly makes the case for naming the School after George Shultz; both as a statesman and personally.
In Response to: A Personal Tribute To a Public Man: George Shultz ’42