The saga surrounding the mysterious suicide of embattled Princeton lecturer Antonio Calvo continues. On Friday, 23 faculty and students signed a petition for the university to release "a full report on how and why it suspended Dr. Calvo," the New York Times reports. On Sunday, Times published portions of Calvo's personal "notebook" and a reprimand from his employers.
On Thursday we reported the death of Princeton lecturer Antonio Calvo, who committed suicide in the midst of a complicated game of academic politics. In the last 48 hours, articles in the New York Times and international media outlets have pushed campus conspiracy theories to a fever pitch. But we still have no real answer as to why the popular Spanish teacher lost his job—and why he chose to take his life.