Looking beyond hummus
| December 08, 2010
Ask most Princeton students on campus about Sabra hummus and they will probably roll their eyes. Minor media firestorms and student apathy aside, though, there are students on campus who cared very deeply about the outcome of the Sabra hummus debate. And, with the final vote of 1,014 against the referendum and 699 in favor, in many ways, both sides seem to think they won.
Cartoon: The hummus
| December 03, 2010
Beginning today, students will be able to register support, opposition or complete apathy toward the Sabra hummus referendum, which has been hotly debated on campus over the past two weeks.
With spring USG elections set to begin today, the USG had not yet complied as of midnight with the terms of a referendum passed last year requiring candidates to announce, “as a part of the official process of formally declaring one’s candidacy,” whether they will sign a pledge stating that they will not ask University administrators for recommendation letters.
Members of the USG held a special Senate meeting Thursday evening to discuss one of the two referenda that will appear on the ballot in the upcoming USG election and decided that they will take no action to alter, append or dismiss the referenda.The referendum in question, sponsored by the ...