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Princeton pressured to add guns
A uninn that represents Print- if there is a risk ... pnlice can rap- their responsibilityfor heson's
etnn Department nf Public idly have the apprnpriate response safety.
Safety officers has nnce again ret- withnut having nur own police
ommended that Princeton Uni- officers armed," Tilghman said. YALE PROF. RESIGNS IN
versity allow its officers tn tarry DISGRACE
guns, The, Daily Princetonian, HARVARD AQCUITTED IN
reported Sunday. WRONGFUL DEATH SUIT Johan Darnell, a professor in the
Currently, when Princeton department of near eastern Ian-
requires an armed response, it A judge has dismissed charges guages and civilizations at Yale
uses city polite. Though they do of wrongful death against Mar- University, was forced to resigtn
not tarry guns, the school's DPS yard University and several of his position as department chair
officers wear bulletproof vests its faculty and staff in a drug and undergo a one-year suspen-
and tarry batons, pepper spray deal gone bad on its campus, siozn after "maintaining an inti-
and handcuffs. The Harvard Crimson reported mate relationship with a student
Princeton's President' Shirley Tuesday. unader his direct supervision," thse
Tilghman said she believes Print- Justin Cosby, a former Harvard Yale Daily News reported Moo-
eton has adequate safety proce- student, was shot and killed in the day.
dures and guns do not belong on basement of a Harvard building In a statement, Darnell said he
campus. during a drug deal in 2009. His had "failed else University, soy col-
"We have in plate a number of mother filed suit, claiming that leagues and nay studetsts."
measures that will ensure that Harvard had been negligent in -IAN DILLINVGRAM

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Bumper cars Paint job

CAMPUS EVENTS& NOTES.
Poster sale La Fuerza

-WHERE: Arbor Lakes
Building 2
WHEN: Monday around
9:40 am.
WHAT: A University
vehicle accidentally collided
with another University
vehicle, University Polite
reported. There were no
injuries sustained, but both
vehicles suffered damage.

WHERE: Wolverine Tow-
WHEN: Monday around
11:55 p.m.
WHAT: Grafitti was
discovered on utility boxes
outside of Wolverine
Towers, University Police
reported. The graffiti
is estimated to have
been there since Jan. 10.

WHAT: Students lookinig
to decorate their dorms or
apartments are invited to
a poster sale. Most prints
range from $7 to $9 and
encompass many styles and
themes.
WHO: Center for Campus
Involvenment
WHEN: Today from 10:00
ant. until 7:00 p.
WHERE: Michigan Uniion

iSteal your No one likes FodPlc
book the dentist union

WHAT: Christine Chavez,
granddlaughtcer of Ceaser
Chavez, will juoins an expert
pansel to discuss the consnec-
tions betwveen Latinos anad
Amsericans culture. This is a
MLK 2013 Kick-off Etvent.
WHO: Christine Clsavez,
political rights activist
WHEN: Today at 4:00 p.nm.
WHERE: Rackisass Gradu-
ate Schosos
Capital returns
WHAT: Assistant Prof.
C'hristians de Pee will talk
about the presenst represen-
tatisons of former Chinese
inmperial capitals and com-
pare thenm sith older ideas
of loscal lansdscape.
WHO: Confucius Institute
at thse Universitvyof Michi-
gals
WHEN: Today at 4:0(0 p.m.
WHERE:n Michsigans League

1 Lance Armstrong,
winner of seven Tour de
PFrance endurance bike
races, allegedly admitted
to using performance
enhancing steroids, CNN
reports. The announcement
will likely be shown on Oprah
and aired over multiple days.
219 percent of college
students have issues
with alcohol. Two Uni-
versity students who were
members of that statistic
share their stories of tribu-
lations and triumphs during
recovery.
aSEE THE STATEMENT INSIDE
3The U.S. government
says that 7.3% of all
deaths in the U..S. last
week were caused by flu, CBS
News reports. Becasue of the
widespread outbreak, offi-
ciais urge people to get the
new flu shot.

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WHERE: University
Hospital
WHEN: Monday around
1:35 p.m.
WHAT: An unattended
e~eader was stolen from
an Emergency Department
exam room, University
Polite reported. There are
currently no suspects.

WHERE: School of
Dentistry
WHEN: Monday around
4:20 p.m.
WHAT: An elderly visitor
to the School of Dentistry
was reported missing,
University Polite reported.
Staff members found the
subject soon after.

WHAT: Professors will
meet to debate the pros
and tons of free trade for
the U.S. Alan Deardorff, a
professor and intersnationsal
trade scholar, and Thea
Lee, a trade ecosnomist, will
debate thec two sides.
WHO: Internatiosnal Policy
Center
WHEN: Today at 5:30 p.
WHERE: Weill Hall. 1120

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