Recent Sachs News

Pauline Yeung, the former political assistant to the secretary for financial services and the treasury, has joined the non-profit Asia Business Council as program director. Tags: 2020

She’s not a liberal icon like Ruth Bader Ginsburg, but, through her powers of persuasion, she’s the key Justice holding back the Court’s rightward shift.

Assistant professor of classics Dan-el Padilla Peralta ’06 became the target of racist remarks at an annual Society for Classical Studies (SCS) conference on Jan. 5, in San Diego, Calif. Tags:

Matthew Nimetz, United Nations mediator, brought twenty-five years of work to a successful conclusion with a resolution of the Greece-Macedonia naming dispute.

The class divide is already toxic, and is fast becoming unbridgeable. You’re probably part of the problem. Tags: 2018

The award recognizes a senior whose activities at Princeton best exemplify the University’s informal motto, “Princeton in the nation’s service and the service of humanity.” Tags: 2017

Charles Gillispie, Princeton’s Dayton-Stockton Professor of History Emeritus, epitomized the qualities associated with an ideal professor: rigorous scholarship and a devotion to students. Tags: Gillispie

In the aftermath of Donald Trump’s election to the U.S. presidency, I spent several weeks attempting to sort out which obligations and responsibilities would need to take precedence in my personal and professional lives moving forward. I had come of age in a community that had been singled out for particular opprobrium and vilification by the Trump campaign: the 11 million undocumented. Tags:

Recent changes to UK and US migratory policy have mobilized many within the academy to come to the defense of immigrants and refugees. Petitions have made the rounds; protests have been organized; and both professional organizations and university presidents have authored letters to the administration to express their concern about the actual and potential harms of the Trump presidency’s nativist tilt. Tags:

Comedian Maeve Higgins tracks the complex journey of Dan-el Padilla Peralta's life without papeles. From Santo Domingo to a homeless shelter in the Bronx, on to Oxford University, and finally...New Jersey? Tags:

Holly Muir, a 2016 graduate of Worcester College in Fine Art, will be the first ever Sachs Scholar at Princeton from Worcester. Shannon Osaka ‘17, an independent major whose passion for research at the intersection of climate science and the social sciences is just too big to fit within any single Princeton department, will be the Worcester Scholar.

Profile of Dan-el in Princeton News.

On April 25, 2016, Daniel Bushner passed away in his home in Laguna Hills, Calif., with his wife Malia at his side and his children Daniel, Bella and Peter nearby. Daniel was born Nov. 16, 1952, in

Dan-el Padilla Peralta went from Princeton to Oxford. But when he needed to reenter the country then Sen. Hillary Clinton helped him get... Tags: 2016

As Anne-Marie Slaughter explains in Unfinished Business: Women Men Work Family, from the 1960s the women’s movement copied this male notion. She writes: “We focused on being allowed to do that work ourselves, helping to make a fetish of income-generating