In a previous matchup between Tigger and Calvin’s imaginary friend Hobbes, Christopher Robin and Calvin are enjoying a relaxed dinner while their respective tigers are left to starve under the table. A lone tuna sandwhich on the floor in the distance sparks a ferocious appetite and an equally heated battle between Tigger and Hobbes. One possible outcome? A merciless victory by Tigger. After all, “Tigger has the experience. While Hobbes has been limited to merely hunting a six year old human child, Tigger has had an entire forested ecosystem filled with a vast array of animals to practice the deadly arts in.” It looks like Hobbes is about to learn, “kicking ass is what Tiggers do best.”
Students and faculty gathered for an event on the future of civil rights in education with Catherine Lhamon ’93, the assistant secretary for civil rights at the United States Department of Education, on Thursday, March 23.
Shamus Khan, a professor of sociology at Princeton, alongside Jennifer Hirsch, a professor of sociomedical sciences at Columbia, discussed their research into sexual assault on college campuses, as published in their 2020 book “Sexual Citizens: Sex, Power, and Assault on Campus.”
Kenneth S. Stern, a lawyer and expert on hatred and antisemitism, spoke at the college on Wednesday, March 29. Stern discussed the relationship between antisemitism and hate in general, conspiratorial thinking, and the problem of defining antisemitism.