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Princeton faculty sent a peti-
tion to Princeton president
Shirley Tilghman calling for
the University to rid itself of its
investments in companies that
manufacture weapons, The Daily
Princetonian reported on Sun-
The petition specifically men-
tioned selling Princeton's stake
in Freedom Group, the manufac-
turer of the Bushmaster brand
of assault rifle used in the New-
The petition also stressed that
the faculty were not experts in
gun control, butsimply educators
who were "anguished by the loss
of humanity that the tragedy at
Sandy Hook represen'ts."
Princeton stated, in response
to the petition, that it doe
discuss its investments.
FACE ANIMAL CRUEL
Two University of Calif
Berkeley Law students,
edly decapitated a guineafo
a Las Vegas casino in Oct
The Daily Californian rep
One student, 24-year-old
tin Teixeira, was charged
felony killing and felony to
ing of an animal, while 24-
old Eric Cuellar was ch:
with instigating and abetti:
act of animal cruelty.
Both students are free or
s not and face possible jail time and
fines when arraigned by the
Clark County District Attorney's
TS Office on Feb. 11.
TY Animal cruelty was also in
the news this week at Michigan'
State University, the State News
ornia reported Monday.
alleg- According to an MSU. spokes-
wl at man, College of Veterinary Med-
tober, icine assistant professor Patricia
orted Schenk was charged with felony
neglect of an animal in Decem-
i Jus- ber.
with A search of Schenk's home
rtur- on Dec. 12 found 17 dogs and
year- two cats living in poor condi-
arged tions, which lead to her being
ng an arraigned on one count of animal
neglect, the State News reported. L
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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
Letters to the Editor
SA freshman Ann Noetzel buys her Bioiogy 171 text-
ook at Ulrich's on Tuesday.
Scalper no Dude scratched Music contest Scottish play
WHERE: 500 Stadium
WHEN: Sunday around
WHAT: A subject received
a verbal warning after
trying to scalp basketball
tickets for the men's game
outside of the stadium,
University Police reported.
WHERE: 525 State
WHEN: Sunday around
WHAT: Money from
a collection box was
reportedly stolen from
Alumni Memorial Hall,
University Police reported.
The investigation is
WHERE: 1202 Kipke
WHEN: Sunday around
WHAT: A vehicle was
purposely scratched while
parked in a public lot
overnight, University Police
reported. There are no
Lost and found
WHERE: 1500 East Medi-
WHEN: Sunday arond
WHAT: A cell phone and
money were reportedly
stolen from a hospital
staff member's purse,
University Police reported.
A suspect was arrested and
the staffer's property was
WHAT: Students of the
School of Music, Theatre
and Dance will compete in
the final round of the Con-
certo Competition. Admis-
sion is free to the public.
WHO: School of Music,
Theatre and Dance
WHEN: Today at 4:00 p.m.
WHERE: Hill Auditorium
WHAT: The public is invit-
ed to an information session
and interactive seed clean-
ing event. Materials will be
provided and attendees are
encouraged to bring their
own seeds and leave with
new seeds for the spring
WHEN: Today at 6:45 p.m.
WHERE: Matthaei Botani-
WHAT: The National The-
atre of Scotland will stage
an interactive performance
of The Strange Undoing of
Prudencia Hart. The perfor-
mance features live music
WHO: University Musical
WHEN: Today at 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Corner Brewery
WHAT: Yost Ice Arena will
be open to the public for $3.
Skate rentals are an addi-
WHO: Yost Ice Arena
WHEN: Today from 12:00
p.m. until 12:50 p.m.
WHERE: Yost Ice Arena
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A man may have been
poisoned for his money
after winning a $425
thousand lottery in July,
CBS News reports. The man
allegedly had deadly levels of
cyanide in his bloodstream,
according to the local medi-
7D>s FOR MORE, SEE THE
It takes green to "Go Blue."
See what drives students
across the country to support
the maize and blue at away
athletic events like the Out-
back Bowl in Tampa.
Members of the families
of the Auroua shooting
victims plan to boy-
cott the theatre reopening,
CNN reported. Some called
the event "offenisve" and
felt holding the event shortly
after the holiday season was a
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Friday, says Mayor Bing
manager this week
DETROIT (AP) - A review
team scrutinizing Detroit's
poor finances could make a rec-
ommendation this week that
will help determine whether
there's a state takeover of the
city, Mayor Dave Bing said
Snyder appointed the, team
last month after Detroit was
slow to fulfill promises to the
state in a deal that allowed the
city to avoid having an emer-
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Snyder could appoint an emer-
gency manager. Bing would
have 10 days to appeal.
"I think the review team -
maybe on the 11th or so - will
go back to the governor with
a recommendation," Bing told
reporters Tuesday afternoon
at City Hall. "With that recom-
mendation it will be incumbent
upon the governor to make a
decision as to whether or not to
bring somebody else in or to let
us keep going forward.
"Our goal is to keep going
forward. I've said from the
very beginning, we didn't
want an emergency man-
Detroit has struggled with
its cash flow for more than a
year and has a budget deficit
of about $327 million.
The review 'team is the
second appointed by Snyder
to pore over Detroit's books.
A year ago, the first team
stopped short of declaring a
financial emergency, which
would have provided the
governor with the impetus
to appoint a manager.
Instead, Snyder and Bing
worked out a consent agree-
ment last spring that would
keep him on as mayor while
providing some state support
for Detroit's restructuring.
The deal came without
any direct state funding.
"I think we can manage
President Barack Obama and his choice for Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel, left, listen to remarks from the president's choice
for CIA Director, Deputy NationalISecurity Adviser John Brennan, right.
GOP senator threatens
to delay CIA nom-ination
Sen. Lindsay have been repeatedly ignored."
He added that the administra-
Graham demands tion's "stonewalling on Benghazi"
answers on Libya Kevin Bishop, a spokesman for
Graham, said late Tuesday that
WASHINGTON (AP) - Presi- it's possible the senator would put
dent Barack Obama's choice of a "hold" on Brennan's nomina-
John Brennan tobe the next CIA tion, but the lawmaker hopes he
director hit a snag Tuesday as a doesn't have to take that step. In
Republican senator threatened his statement, Graham signaled
to delay the nomination until the that he would try to slow the
Obama administration provides nomination.
answers on the deadly assault in The White House dismissed
Libya that killed the U.S. ambas- the politicization of the issue
sador and three other Ameri- and pressed for the Senate to act
cans. quickly and deliberately on Bren-
Sen. Lindsey Graham, whose nan's nomination.
opposition helped scuttle U.N. "It would be unfortunate, I
Ambassador Susan Rice's hopes think, if in pursuit of this issue,
of becoming secretary of state, which was highly politicized, the
said the Senate should not con- Senate would hold up the nomina-
firm any Obama nominee for the tion of John Brennan to be direc-
nation's top spy post until the for of the Central Intelligence
administration elaborates on the Agency," White House spokes-
attack on the diplomatic mission man Jay Carney told reporters.
in Benghazi. An independent review board
"My support for a delay in con- released an exhaustive report
firmation is not directed at Mr. last month thatfound "systematic
Brennan, but is an unfortunate, failures and leadership and man-
yet necessary, action to get infor- agement deficiencies at senior
mation from this administra- levels" of the State Department
tion," the South Carolina senator that led to inadequate security at
said in a statement. "I have tried the mission in Benghazi.
- repeatedly - to get informa- Secretary of State Hillary Rod-
tion on Benghazi, butnmy requests ham Clinton is likely to deliver her
long-awaited testimony on Libya
before the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee the week of Jan.
21. The State-Department said the
date hasn't been finalized.
Illness and a concussion
delayed , her congressional
appearance in December, one of
her last acts as secretary of state.
Obama has nominated Sen. John
Kerry, D-Mass., to replace Clin-
ton after Rice withdrew her name
In the weeks after the Sept.
11, 2012, attack that killed U.S.
Ambassador Chris Stevens,
istration for blaming spontaneous
protests over an American-made,
anti-Muslim video. They suggest-
ed the administration was trying
to play down an act of terrorism
leading up to the November elec-
tion, even though Obama used
that description in the days after
Graham and Sen. John
McCain, R-Ariz., directed much
of their ire at Rice, who said in a
series of Sunday talk show inter-
views on Sept. 16 that the attack
may have been a protest that
got out of hand. Rice's widely
debunked explanation was based
on talking points from the intel-