The Weekly Roundup, Edition 3
Feb 22 – Mar 2
This week in Press Club:
What the Patton Reaction Says About Campus Rape… A Taste of Vienna in Princeton… Diversity Task Force… Uber in Peril
The Atlantic - The ‘Princeton Mom’ Controversy and Campus Rape Today - Mary Hui ’17
Susan Patton sparked another round of controversy when she called certain instances that have been classified as rape a “learning experience.” The comments reminded a group of alums of problematic attitudes on rape that were prevalent when they were at Princeton, more than thirty years ago. They don’t want the University to go back there.
The longest piece yet in the Press Club’s ongoing coverage of sexual assault at Princeton.
The Princeton Packet – University Diversity Task Force to Begin Meetings - Tammy Tseng ’18
Princeton University recently established a task force to answer a call to action to address issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion among students, faculty, and administrators. The task force aims to develop recommendations for improving university policies and programs and enhance public dialogue on campus.
Planet Princeton – Anita Waldenberger: Bringing a Taste of Home to Princeton - Logan Sander ’18
Almost a year ago, Anita Waldenberger quit her job in real estate and opened up a Viennese coffee shop in Princeton, featuring recipes from her childhood growing up on a farm in Austria. You can find them at 200 Nassau. Choice quote:
“Her father, who was a lieutenant in the Austrian army, was a prisoner of war in the United States during the Second World War. When he came back to Austria, though, he told his daughter how wonderful the United States was and how friendly the people were.”
The Princeton Echo - Forbidden Fruit – Rebeccah Barger ’18
The Princeton Echo - Who uses Uber? – Rebeccah Barger ’18