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WEIRENS | Slimy Sludge: Cornell Scholar Meeting

Studying the latest protection of Scholar Meeting by Kate Sanders and Sofia Rubinson, I had a vivid imaginative and prescient of pigs rolling round in pits of muck. What a large number! I believe inside this dumpster hearth there’s an vital lesson for Cornellians: We have to really vote in these scholar elections. In any other case, we’ll find yourself with bumbling misogynists eager on returning to the center ages. 

For some gentle background, the Scholar Meeting’s Vice President of Finance and former Interfraternity Council President, Rocco DeLorenzo, derailed his former pal, Pedro Da Silveira’s presidency, by introducing the movement to take away him after a Title IX allegation. Beforehand, DeLorenzo, who takes challenge with girls accessing emergency contraception and rape kits, had allegedly been confided in by Da Silveira concerning this Title IX cost. When controversy over Da Silveira’s Title IX cost prompted his elimination as Scholar Meeting president moments after being elected, presidential runner-up Patrick Kuehl, mates with DeLorenzo and Clyde Lederman ‘26 (one other key conspirator and on the chief board of Cornell Democrats), changed him.

DeLorenzo’s purpose was to have a Greek life “machine,” which might conveniently signify the pursuits of fraternities and the boys in them.