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More women at the helm in Princeton

They are in charge at four of the university's 11 eating clubs, the highest total since 2002 and three more than last year

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Ivy Club, the oldest eating club, recently elected its second female president, Eliza Mott. The election of Grace Larsen by one of the oldest clubs, Tiger Inn, might reflect a larger shift at the university.

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Ivy Club, the oldest eating club, recently elected its second female president, Eliza Mott (above). The election of Grace Larsen by one of the oldest clubs, Tiger Inn, might reflect a larger shift at the university.

Princeton, New Jersey

PRINCETON University's eating clubs are where most of its upperclassmen go for dinner every night, as the name implies.

But the name also understates the significance of the clubs in the social lives of Princeton students. Winning a leadership role is a sign

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