Lorenzo Quiogue

Staff Writer

September 21, 2014

283 students participate in sorority rush

Three years since freshmen were banned from rushing, 283 students participated in sorority rush activities last week, and about 170 students ended up joining a sorority. This year's recruitment process had the highest number of participants in recent years. Before the rush ban, an average of around 200 students had … Read More

September 17, 2014

Lack of awareness biggest nuclear related threat today, Schlosser ’81 says

The lack of awareness surrounding the state of nuclear weapons is the biggest nuclear-related threat in the world today, journalist Eric Schlosser ’81 said at a lecture on Wednesday. Schlosser spoke as part of a discussion on his book, “Command and Control: Nuclear Weapons, the Damascus Accident, and the Illusion … Read More

September 9, 2014

U. to consider request by Campus Dining employee to use medical marijuana

A University employee who is one of the only New Jersey residents with a medical marijuana permit will potentially continue working for the University after a dispute in which he was reportedly told he would have to choose between medicating and his job. He remains on paid leave. After emailing University … Read More

May 29, 2014

TI elects new officers post 21 Club scandal

Tiger Inn elected four new officers on March 31 after all but two officers resigned earlier that month following a party, deemed unauthorized, of the heavy-drinking group called the 21 Club. The elections came after what was officially called a “security breach” at the club on March 9, … Read More

May 8, 2014

Pace Center feels budgetary limitations

While USG has not gone over its budget for the past two years, some Pace Center for Civic Engagement projects have had to operate with a more limited budget. USG president Shawon Jackson ’15 explained that USG has operated within its budget during his terms as president, noting that money … Read More

April 30, 2014

Alpha Delta Phi establishes local affiliate at U.

The Alpha Delta Phi fraternity, a nationally chartered organization, has established a local affiliate at the University and has 13 members, according to the ADPhi national fraternity website. Jake Scinto ’16, the president of the fraternity’s Princeton affiliate, explained he got the idea to form the organization from visiting his … Read More

April 28, 2014

Without selective admissions, Wilson School enrollment increases 76 percent

With 155 new members in the Class of 2016, the Wilson School has seen an increase of 76 percent in its student body in two years. Overall enrollment, including both juniors and seniors, will now total 317, up from 180. The Wilson School scrapped its selective admission enrollment starting with … Read More

April 24, 2014

Sociology department sees most growth in concentrators among social sciences

The sociology department saw the greatest increase in concentrators among all the social science departments, with 12 more students entering the department this year than last year. The department had 42 sophomores declare as sociology concentrators this year, compared to the 22 sophomores who joined the department last year. Read More

April 24, 2014

Updated: Princeton to make Bexsero available to U.-affiliated individuals in relationships with students

The University will expand access to the unapproved meningitis vaccine Bexsero to include University-affiliated individuals under 30 years of age who are in intimate relationships with students. The decision was made after ongoing discussion within the University in consultation with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, University spokesperson Martin … Read More