WALL STREET JOURNAL
Princeton Fed Me to the Cancel Culture Mob
May 24, 2022
Nearly two years ago, I wrote in these pages, “I survived cancellation at Princeton.” I was wrong. The university where I taught for nearly a quarter of a century, and which promoted me to the tenured ranks in 2006, has revoked my tenure and dismissed me. Whoever you are and whatever your beliefs, this should terrify you. The issues around my termination aren’t easy to summarize. What is nearly impossible to deny (though Princeton does deny it) is that I have been subjected to “cultural double jeopardy,” with the university re-litigating a long-past offense—I had a consensual relationship with a 21-year-old student—for which I was already suspended for a year without pay well over a decade after my offense. READ MORE
COMMON SENSE What Princeton Did to My Husband I watched the man I love become a shell of his former self, as he realized that many of his closest friends were not friends at all.