Kaleigh Cunningham graduated from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania in 2017 with degrees in Political Science and Environmental Geography. While in school, Kaleigh became a leader on her campus by founding a Young Americans for Liberty chapter. Throughout college and in the years to follow she traveled the country working on everything from local issues to presidential campaigns. Now residing in Montana, Kaleigh can be found getting outdoors as much as possible with her dog, Slevin, and empowering young people to act on behalf of the environment as the president of ACC-Missoula. Her favorite things to do outside of work hours include mountain biking, photography, cooking, skiing, and working on her yoga teaching certification.
Matthew Wilson '24 is a politics major at Princeton. He is originally from Virginia. On campus, he is the Chairman of the Undergraduate Honor Committee, the Treasurer of Princeton's Catholic campus ministry, a Research Assistant in the Politics Department, and an Undergraduate Fellow in the James Madison Program. He has also served as a Community Action Orientation Leader and as the Cliosophic Party chairman of the American Whig-Cliosophic Society.
Ethan Hicks '26 is studying economics from the small town of Perry, OH.
"Princeton's first principle, its raison d'etre, is truth-seeking. As Princetonians, we have a responsibility to cherish our University's raison d'etre, and therefore to safeguard academic freedom. For without this condition secured, truth-seeking has no chance."
Myles McKnight, who graduated from Princeton in 2023, is now Public Discourse Fellow at the Witherspoon Institute and Research Assistant to Professor Robert George. As a student, he studied political theory and was the President Emeritus of the Princeton Open Campus Coalition, a student group advocating for academic freedom and robust campus discourse. He also served as the Managing Editor of the Princeton Legal Journal and as an editor for the Princeton Tory. He is a Co-Founder of the Princeton Rose Castle Society, an interfaith and inter-political dialogue forum. He recently won a Barry Scholarship for graduate study at the University of Oxford and was elected early to Phi Beta Kappa. He is an accomplished violinist, having given concerts and recitals around the world.
"Within a university setting, all students and faculty should feel free to express themselves, challenge orthodoxies and pursue truth. In keeping with the mission of a university such as Princeton, we all have a special responsibility to preserve free speech and free expression."
Khoa Sands is a student at Princeton University, concentrating in History. He is currently a General Officer of the American Whig-Cliosophic Society and Vice President of the Princeton Human Values Forum.
" The University is uniquely positioned to facilitate an exchange of intellectual ideas in order to fulfill its truth-seeking mission. This mission can only be fulfilled in an environment where free speech is encouraged and students feel comfortable to share their views and challenge each other’s opinions in honest, civil conversations. It is our duty as Princetonians to stand up for free speech at Princeton and beyond."
Alba Bajri ’25 is a Politics major at Princeton. She was born in Albania, but she moved to Queens, New York with her family when she was 15 years old. On campus, she serves as the President of the Princeton Federalist Society, Recruitment Chair for the Princeton Legal Journal (for which she previously served as Associate Editor), Behrman Undergraduate Society Fellow, Western Humanities Sequence Mentor, and James Madison Program Undergraduate Fellow.