An Ivy League university makes a decision regarding a former president.
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Princeton University deciding to keep former President Woodrow Wilson's name on its public policy school, despite calls to remove it because of his racist views.
That announcement Monday from Princeton's board of trustees, despite calls from a black student group, demanding that Wilson's name be removed.
Wilson, a Princeton graduate and later its president before serving two terms in Washington. He's regarded by historians as a leading progressive on many issues, but he also supported segregation.
Paul Stevens, FOX News.