2 Officers Lose Posts at Princeton Club for Offensive Emails

December 2, 2014

Tiger Inn, an eating club at Princeton University, has removed two officers following an investigation into offensive emails they sent to members, The New York Times reported. One email showed a woman and a man engaged in a sexual act at the club, and the email included a joke and a reference to the woman as an "Asian chick." The other email, prompted by a lecture at Princeton by the alumna who sued to force the eating clubs to admit women, said: "Ever wonder who we have to thank (blame) for gender equality. Looking for someone to blame for the influx of girls? Come tomorrow and help boo Sally Frank.”

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