“He ran on a platform of bringing waffle fries, ripe fruit and the nebulous ‘bike reform’ to campus. He pledged to change the worn metaphorical tires of Princeton’s student government, one potato at a time,” write Liz Robbins and Press Club member Spencer Parts in The New York Times.
The article, which will appear in print in the Friday issue of the Times, covers the headline grabbing, Yik Yak exploding campaign of Will Gansa ’17 that has taken Princeton’s campus by storm and raised issues of political apathy and gender inequality at Princeton.
UPDATE: Cheng wins with 64% of the vote. Check out another article in NYT from the Press Club.