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Anna Ferris


The view of a crosswalk between Prospect street, with the Eating Clubs Cannon, Quad, Ivy, and Cottage in view but partially obstructed by mostly bare trees.

Reactions: What does the future of the eating clubs look like?

In the face of Cloister Inn’s financial troubles and potential to close, columnists and guest contributors shared their thoughts on the future of Prospect Avenue and the eating clubs.

In the face of Cloister Inn’s financial troubles and potential to close, columnists and guest contributors shared their thoughts on the future of Prospect Avenue and the eating clubs.


The tower of Nassau Hall is shown on the left and trees are shown on the right.

Beauty in bureaucracy: the argument for an expanded administration

“There are more people to hear our complaints and suggestions, and a greater number of pathways for student voices to travel all the way up to the desks of the people who can address our concerns”

"There are more people to hear our complaints and suggestions, and a greater number of pathways for student voices to travel all the way up to the desks of the people who can address our concerns"


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Room draw is unclear and its punishments too harsh

During room draw, Princeton must provide clearer resources and more frequent communication to demystify the process, and reconsider its overly unforgiving tactic of group punishment for late applications.

During room draw, Princeton must provide clearer resources and more frequent communication to demystify the process, and reconsider its overly unforgiving tactic of group punishment for late applications.


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