Commentary: Princeton’s Mixed-Up President Discards Free Speech and Demonizes Its Defenders

Sergiu Klainerman
Tablet Magazine

Excerpt: Say what you want about Christopher Eisgruber, the president of Princeton University—he is a principled man. The problem is that he holds principles that are in serious conflict with one another. In this, he is not alone: Most people hold contradictory views on complicated matters. But because Eisgruber is the leader of one of the top universities in the world, where I have taught mathematics for 35 years, his confusion has real consequences.