Lorenzo Quiogue

Staff Writer

April 9, 2014

Room in Forbes burglarized

A room in Forbes College was burglarized last Friday, according to the Department of Public Safety’s daily crime logs. Mike Caddell, University media specialist, said that the incident took place between 2:15 p.m. and 2:45 p.m. on Friday afternoon. According to an email sent to the residents of Forbes … Read More

April 8, 2014

In year of World Cup, rising costs prompt cancellation of Princeton in Brazil

The Princeton in Brazil program will not be held this year due to complications brought about by the country’s hosting of the 2014 World Cup. Karen Gonzalez, manager of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures, explained that the decision to have the program go on a hiatus … Read More

April 7, 2014

News & Notes: Class of 2014 Pub Night rescheduled due to rain

The 2014 Class Council postponed its Pub Night scheduled for Monday evening due to rain on Ivy Inn’s facilities. In an email addressed to the members of the senior class, Luchi Mmegwa ’14, the president of the 2014 Class Council, announced the rescheduling of the event, which allows seniors of … Read More

April 2, 2014

Meadow discusses gender, transgender children

While gender boundaries are shifting, they are also becoming more intricately articulated, lecturer in the Council of the Humanities and Sociology Tey Meadow argued at a lecture on Wednesday. Meadow spoke about the emergence of a new social category, the transgender child, and explained that this social category … Read More

April 1, 2014

Tiger Inn members elect four new officers following 21 Club scandal

Tiger Inn elected four new officers on Monday to replace the four officers who resigned on March 10 following an unauthorized party. Oliver Bennett ’15, the vice president prior to the incident, was elected president. Adam Krop ’15, Andrew Hoffenberg ’15, Ren Scott ’15 were elected vice … Read More

March 26, 2014

News and Notes: Mathematics professor awarded Abel Prize

Mathematics professor Yakov Sinai was awarded the 2014 Abel Prize by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters today for his more than 50-year career in mathematics, the Office of Communications reported. The Abel Prize was first awarded in 2003 and includes a $1 million prize. The academy described … Read More

March 26, 2014

News and Notes: TFA founder Kopp ’89 defends finance-style recruitment

Wendy Kopp ’89, founder and CEO of Teach for America, discussed the importance of recruiting students in promoting education at a forum at Harvard University on Tuesday, the Harvard Crimson reported. Kopp addressed audience concerns about TFA’s recruiting methods by saying it was necessary for the organization to follow … Read More

March 12, 2014

Tiger Inn president and three officers resign following unauthorized party

All but two undergraduate officers of Tiger Inn resigned from their positions Monday morning following an incident early Sunday. President Ryan Cash ’15, house manager Dror Liebenthal ’15, treasurer Will Siroky ’15 and safety czar Victoria Majchrzak ’15 offered their resignations to the club’s graduate board of governors. Only social chair Brendan … Read More

March 6, 2014

Career Services fields complaints about internship fairs

Several students have complained about the career fairs hosted by Career Services, saying the fairs place an undue emphasis on computer science and finance. Nicholas Porto ’15, an electrical engineering concentrator, said the internship fairs are very skewed toward computer science, while the career fairs in general, despite the occasional … Read More