How Anti-Conservative Rhetoric Has Led to Shaming Evangelical Students

According to an overreaching board of trustees, evangelical students at Princeton University should hide their religious affiliation because it stereotypes them as Republicans. The board recently announced their decision that the students must scrap the word “Evangelical” in their student club’s title. Therefore, what has been known for eight decades, since its founding in 1937, as the “Princeton Evangelical Fellowship” must now be called the “Princeton Christian Fellowship.” According to William Boyce, a class of ‘79 alumnus who now serves as secretary on the board that voted to change the group’s name, the term “evangelical” is an “unnecessary hindrance” to