"When I went to my thesis advisor for a letter of recommendation for law school, he did the best thing he possibly could have done: He gave a brutally honest response," Obama said. "You know, you're a good student," Obama said her advisor told her, "but are you the best I've seen? Molly Alarcon '10, an Obama supporter, said she thought Michelle Obama's writing in college should not have any bearing on her husband's election, but her view was not shared by all students."In using Michelle Obama on the campaign trail, the Obama camp has made her a figure, and therefore a factor, in the campaign," Stadler said.
Obama studied the attitudes of black Princeton alumni to determine what effect their time at Princeton had on their identification with the black community.'Michelle Obama says an unimpressed professor's recommendation letter nearly jeopardized her acceptance into Harvard Law School, according to a Refinery29 interview published Thursday.However, her ability to overcome negativity while studying sociology at Princeton helped her succeed.The 16 claims in a widely distributed graphic are mostly false or distorted. “Bush: So-So Student but a Campus Mover.” Washington Post. This is an example of mostly old baloney in a new casing. His willingness to give offense makes Tucker Carlson look like the vice president for inclusion at Oberlin.“Why,” the Hitch once wrote, “are women, who have the whole male world at their mercy, not funny? Michelle Obama's thesis was released to the public by Princeton University Tuesday after several days of media scrutiny over its availability and content. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), her husband, received criticism from conservative media and bloggers when the University restricted access to her senior thesis until after the presidential election in November."A thesis can be restricted or unrestricted for a variety of reasons, including at the request of alumni," University spokeswoman Cass Cliatt '96 said in an e-mail.Please do not pretend not to know what I am talking about.” Today our expectation is that Hitchens would have mocked Trump as relentlessly and obsessively as or Stephen Colbert. Many records that presidential candidates don’t ordinarily release do remain confidential, but they are not “sealed” by a court. “Reading Hillary Rodham’s hidden thesis; Clinton White House asked Wellesley College to close off access.”