“Because I know how critical this role is in the life of the Club and given the step [sic] change in family commitments due to health issues, I have decided to put family first while ensuring the Club has what is needed in a Bicker Chair. This means stepping down,” Kick wrote in an email.
The Hidden Chaplains Initiative was launched in the fall of 2017, allowing students to recognize a member of the University community who serves as an unofficial “chaplain” for them in any number of ways.
On Sunday, Feb. 10, Campus Recreation’s Fitness “Free Week” concluded with three Krav Maga workshops, featuring expert Gaby Gliksman. Krav Maga is a form of Israeli martial arts, developed as a self-defense system for the Israeli army.
On Wednesday, Feb. 6, an anonymous person submitted a 276-page document that contained each of the 1,460 Bicker cards from Ivy Club’s February 2017 Bicker to Tiger Confessions, a Facebook group where members can submit anonymous confessions. Ivy confirmed to The Daily Princetonian that the Bicker cards uploaded to Tiger Confessions were the same ones publicly accessible through GitHub.
“The event is about drawing attention to the tragedy of abortion, but also about celebrating human life, welcoming all the joy and unexpectedness that it entails,” Cavazos said. “The March for Life is one of the most joyful and happy events that I continually attend.”
Quadrangle Club president Daniel Pallares Bello ’20 recently announced that the club, often called “Quad” by students, will now guarantee that students on full financial aid will not need to pay any out-of-pocket costs for membership. Pallares Bello hopes that low-income students will no longer face financial obstacles to club membership.
In its last meeting under the current administration, the Undergraduate Student Government discussed Wintersession and end-of-term reflections during its weekly meeting Jan. 20. In her end-of-the-year report, USG president Rachel Yee ’19 reflected on the end of her term
Alicia Van Cleve and Victoria Rodriguez Mitchell, the ASL interpreters for Alik Zalmover ’22, wonder if people ever think that they are the first-year’s moms or sisters when the three walk around campus together.
Supporting pro-life positions on abortion, chastity, and traditional family values, the Anscombe Society has all the hallmarks of a traditional conservative religious organization, save one: the religion.
Bicker week may be a thing of the past. The Interclub Council (ICC) is calling this winter’s new process Street week, hoping to “shift the language away from ‘bicker’ and towards a Street-wide admissions process,” according to ICC chair and Cloister Inn president Hannah Paynter ’19.