Breaking developments in bicker process!!!
Time marches forward at Princeton!
Though the Inter Club Council is being coy about this, the Daily Princetonian today reports:
"Last spring, University Vice President and Secretary Robert Durkee ’69 confirmed that the clubs were in discussions about a system that would allow sophomores to bicker more than one club at once. .......In his message to Charter members, Menezes said sophomores would bicker up to two clubs, rank their preferences and would then be admitted by the highest-ranked club that accepted them.....our officers like this idea so much that we will allow sophomores to attempt to join Charter and bicker a club at the same time,” Menezes wrote in the email.
During Bicker week, Charter will now host “last minute” events for students who are bickering a club but are also interested in joining Charter. This would help these students accumulate points under the club’s points-based sign-in system. Students would then be allowed to rank the bicker club along with Charter; they would join the highest-ranked club that accepted them."
Got it? Phew. I guess this all makes sense to Princetonians, but to outsiders it sounds like a lot of game theory to go through just to find a place to have lunch.