Charter has been a sign-in club since 1977, when it eliminated its selective Bicker process with the goal of attracting more members. The sophomores who authored the proposal have adopted the opposite philosophy in attempting to sustain Charter’s dwindling membership. This switch will skew the ratio of sign-in to Bicker clubs on the Street from 5:6 to 4:7.
At the Princeton rally, speakers described the current political situation and argued against American military action. Rallygoers bore signs saying “Diplomacy Not War,” “Remove Trump,” “Hands Off the Middle East,” and “Prevent WWIII.”
Despite having her eight-day winning streak broken on Tuesday night, Jeopardy! champion Karen Farrell ’09 is one step closer to competing in the show’s next Tournament of Champions.
Tiger Confessions ++, a Facebook group in which students may post anonymous confessions about topics spanning all aspects of student life, contains just eight mentions of President Eisgruber in its over 2500 posts to date, primarily of a harmless nature.
The Daily Princetonian sat down with both candidates to discuss their candidacy, prior experience, and priorities to improve student life and wellbeing on campus.
The Daily Princetonian sat down both candidates to discuss their candidacy, prior experience, and priorities to improve student life and wellbeing on campus.
The presidential candidates presented their campaign platforms and answered questions sent in ahead of time, which pertained to the candidates' visions for the role of USG President and issues of inclusivity, advocacy, cooperation with University administration, and mental health.
Membership has declined steadily over the past five years, with each graduating class fielding fewer Charter members than those prior.
The 140 tenants of 20 Nassau Street, recently sold for $32 million to the hotel chain Graduate Hotels, are not just shocked by the news that they will soon lose their long-held office spaces and storefronts in downtown Princeton — they are outraged.
Boettcher, a User Experience Librarian at the University of Chicago, ended Holzhauer’s winning streak on June 3, 2019, and went on to be a three-day champion. She advanced to the Tournament of Champions finals after victories in the quarterfinal and semifinal rounds.