Tiger Inn is one of the eleven active eating clubs at Princeton University and one of the five selective clubs; membership is awarded after successful completion of a process called Bicker. During Bicker, prospective members interact with current members who then convene to vote on whether the prospective should "receive a bid," or be invited to join, the club. At Tiger Inn, the decision to offer membership must be unanimous. Up until 1991, Tiger Inn was all-male. The club began admitting women, however, after the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled in Frank v. Ivy Club that failure to do so violated the state's anti-discrimination statute. The majority of upperclassmen at Princeton University take their meals in one of eleven eating clubs, which are an amalgamation of dining halls and Greek-letter fraternities. ... For other Princetons, see Princeton. ...
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