Wednesday 4/20: Marijuana Senate Debate

UPDATE: Results of Voting

With about 70 students and prefrosh attending the debate, the resolution passed by a vote of 19-7. More coverage available at the Daily Princetonian. Additionally, this wrapped up our Princeton Preview recruitment activities — between the two Previews, Whig-Clio got 110 prospective student sign-ups!

Timed to coincide with the second Princeton Preview, the Whig-Clio Senate will debate the following motion on Wednesday, 4/20 at 7:30pm in the Senate Chamber. There will be pizza and ice cream after and prefrosh are welcome!

This House would legalize marijuana.

For Legalization (Whig Party)

Bruno Schaffa ’18 & Alexander Singleton ’17

Against Legalization (Clio Party)

Joseph Carlstein ’18 & Maya Aronoff ’19

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Monday 4/11: Princeton Preview & Intra Party Debates

UPDATE: Results of Voting

Both the Whig and Clio Parties voted in opposition to their respective motions. That is, the Whig Party preferred race-based affirmative action versus income-based affirmative action for college admissions, and the Clio Party believed principled conservatives should not support Donald Trump in the general election if he is the Republican nominee. About 80 students, including prefrosh, stopped by one or both debates and enjoyed delicious ice cream afterwards.

As part of Princeton Preview activities to welcome prefrosh to campus, Whig-Clio’s two parties – the left-leaning Whig party and the right-leaning Clio party – will host intra-party debates at 6pm on Monday, April 11. We invite current and prospective students to join us for either of these two great debates and also for a joint ice cream social after the debates at around 7:15pm! Earlier in the day, from 11am-12:30pm in the Senate Chamber, we will host a Political Activities Fair for prospective students to connect with our subsidiaries and other affiliated groups.

In the Senate Chamber, the Whig Party will debate the following motion:

This House prefers income-based affirmative action to race-based affirmative action for college admissions.

In Oakes Lounge, the Clio Party will debate the following motion:

This House believes principled conservatives should support Donald Trump in the general election if he is the Republican nominee.

Contact Whig Chair Matthew Parodi and Clio Chair Theodore Furchtgott with any questions!

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