A group of Princeton University students are pushing back against the protesters on campus that are demanding the administration bend to their will.

The student group, calling themselves the Princeton Open Campus Coalition, wrote a letter to Princeton President Christopher Eisgruber, which has been posted in full on the Powerline Blog. The students were seeking a meeting with Eisgruber in order to give their interpretation of the protests.

"We are concerned mainly with the importance of preserving an intellectual culture in which all members of the Princeton community feel free to engage in civil discussion and to express their convictions without fear of being subjected to intimidation or abuse," the group wrote. "Thanks to recent polls, surveys, and petitions, we have reason to believe that our concerns are shared by a majority of our fellow Princeton undergraduates."

The group wrote they would "not occupy" the president's office, as protesters had done the previous week, demanding Woodrow Wilson's name be removed from campus buildings due to his racism. They also said they would conduct themselves "in the civil manner."

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