Lorenzo Quiogue

Staff Writer

October 19, 2014

Two people hit by car on Washington Road

Two pedestrians were struck by a car on Washington Road on Saturday, according to a press release from the Princeton Police Department. At 3:03 p.m., Richard Regan, 54, and his 8-year-old son — both residents of West Windsor — were standing on the shoulder of the roadway south of Carnegie … Read More

October 7, 2014

Princeton to use letter attached to transcript to explain grading policy and repeal

The University will begin attaching a letter detailing the policy of grade deflation and the fact that it was repealed at the beginning of this academic year to the transcripts of sophomores, juniors and seniors, University spokesperson Martin Mbugua said Tuesday. This measure is similar to what had been … Read More

October 3, 2014

Wilson School to close doors earlier at night due to incident

The doors of Robertson Hall, home of the Wilson School, will be locked two hours earlier every night due to an incident reported late Tuesday, according to an email sent to all Wilson School students. According to the email, a Wilson School graduate student entered Robertson Hall at 10:30 p.m … Read More

September 30, 2014

Town appoints next municipal administrator

Marc Dashield has been appointed the town’s next municipal administrator by a unanimous vote by Mayor Liz Lempert and the town council. Dashield is currently the township manager of Montclair Township where he has served since 2009. As township manager, Dashield oversees the township Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employment … Read More

September 24, 2014

Twitter founder says consumers want transparency, social responsibility from big businesses

Christopher Ferri Consumers and employees are demanding more transparency and social responsibility from big corporations, said Jack Dorsey, founder and CEO of Square and co-founder of Twitter, at a discussion on Wednesday. Dorsey spoke as part of a panel entitled “Be the Change: … Read More

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