'This whole thing is just getting started': Princeton student issues warning to America
- Campus Reform Correspondent and Princeton student Akhil Rajasekar sounded off on the Ivy League's decision to remove Woodrow Wilson's name from buildings.
- He said the university should "honor the good that he did while condemning the bad."”
Campus Reform Correspondent and Princeton University student Akhil Rajasekar appeared on Fox and Friends First to offer his thoughts on the school's decision to remove Woodrow Wilson’s name from the School of Public and International Affairs.
Pointing out that the decision had been made “without any input from the broader student body,” Rajasekar called the move “deeply problematic,” because it failed to take into account the historical context of Wilson’s contributions.