While the uproar over the fate of the Chancellor Green Cafe is almost as loud as the cafe itself, the administration's disregard for student input in matters regarding space allocation at the University is especially disturbing ? as disturbing as the potential cafe conversion.The University's proposal to convert the cafe into a humanities library beginning in 2001 is premature given Frist's unknown future as a social space on campus and the cafe's well-known success.
Last week, Penn students held a sit-in in their president's office to urge their administration to sign onto the Workers' Rights Consortium, a non-profit organization that would verify that apparel bearing the Penn logo is not produced under sweatshop conditions.
Lurz has 'naive' perception of RAsAs a second-year resident adviser in Forbes College and as someone who has participated in the RA and MAA selection process, I feel it is important to respond to John Lurz '02's rather naive, or at the very least incomplete, discussion of what makes a good RA.RAs and MAAs are supposed to serve as more than simple resources for their freshmen.
It's Valentine's Day today, but I'm not thinking about romance. Oh here we go, you think, another anti-romantic diatribe against Valentine's Day written by some guy who hasn't gotten any in six months and wants to inflict his deep inner pain upon the rest of the world.
We are heathens. When looked at from the perspective of an 18th-century musketeer or a valiant prince, or even through the eyes of Genghis Khan and his Mongols, we as college students are a rude, crude, lazy culture.
As presidential candidate Bill Bradley '65's cerebral presidential campaign stumbles toward the South Carolina primary, lagging in polls behind Vice President Al Gore, expect political moderates around Princeton to begin rallying behind the next best alternative to the Class of '65's basketball star ? Republican anti-establishment candidate ? Sen.
Network concerns led to CIT 'sweep'This is in response to Jason Brownlee's Feb. 3 column, "CIT's Big Brother Cybersweep Compromises Students' Privacy."I am the employee who said CIT would not seek out unauthorized MP3 files, and I sent the late November messages regarding Napster software.