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Eagleton Highlights

November 30: Eagleton Alumni Panel

Connect with alumni of the Eagleton Graduate Fellowship and Undergraduate Associates Programs. Panelists will discuss their current positions, career paths, and advice for students.

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December 2: CAWP Lipman Chair ABC News's Linsey Davis

Join CAWP for its annual Senator Wynona Lipman Chair in Women's Political Leadership Lecture, featuring this year's Chair, ABC News Correspondent Linsey Davis.

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Let There Be Light: 2020 Kristallnacht Commemoration

The Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience partnered with the International March of the Living and the Jüdischen Gemeinde Frankfurt to host the 2020 Kristallnacht Commemoration Let There Be Light.

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News & Announcements

November 19: Exercising Political Courage

Join Eagleton and the New Jersey League of Municipalities for a conversation with Lieutenant Governor Sheila Y. Oliver, Rutgers University President Jonathan Holloway, and Eagleton director John J. Farmer, Jr. The discussion will examine political decisions and actions that can preserve or strengthen democratic institutions at the state and local level-and the personal sacrifice or fortitude they demand.

The Hill: Trump’s election claims threaten his legacy — and the system’s integrity

The Hill published an op-ed written by Eagleton director John J. Farmer, Jr., about how President Trump's election claims threaten his legacy and the election system's integrity.

NJ.com: Do Trump’s legal challenges have any merit?

NJ.com published an op-ed written by John J. Farmer, Jr., Eagleton director, about whether President Trump's legal challenges have merit. "Of all the legal challenges mounted by supporters of President Trump to reverse his apparent defeat by Joe Biden, the one most likely to reach the United States Supreme Court is Republican Party of Pennsylvania v. Boockvar. That case challenges the decision of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to allow certain ballots received after Nov. 3 – and up to Nov. 6 – to be counted... The Court should walk away from this fight," wrote Farmer.

Black Lives Matter: In Support and Self-Reflection

A collective message from members of the Eagleton Institute faculty and staff.

Celebrating the Life of Ruth B. Mandel

As the Eagleton Institute of Politics mourns the passing of Ruth B. Mandel, we are committed to celebrating her remarkable life and appreciate the support of family, friends and colleagues as we carry on her legacy. We invite you to watch the May 20th event in Ruth’s honor and to read about her personal story, her work to create a new center and subject of study, and her lasting Eagleton legacy.

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