University

Harassment victims speak

September 30, 2011 • 1030
Last March, 16 students and alumni filed a complaint with the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights alleging that Yale had violated Title IX regulations by allowing a hostile sexual environment on campus. Though several of the complainants have spoken publicly about their concerns, there have been few personal accounts of sexual misconduct — »
Sports

POLO | Armory closure lingers

October 19, 2010 • 0
After an offseason of financial uncertainty, the Yale polo team will return to the field when it hosts its first home match of the year on Friday, competing against the Skidmore men’s and women’s teams. The Buldlogs have struggled to field a team in the aftermath of the closing of the Yale Armory. In September »
Features

Rwandan refugee reaches out

September 9, 2010 • 0
While there is no conventional path to Yale, the journey of Clemantine Wamariya ’13 has been particularly arduous. She relocated from one African refugee camp to another for seven years in her early childhood before finally arriving in the United States and resuming her formal education. Wamariya became a refugee after leaving her hometown of »
University

Esquire front man looks back

April 20, 2010 • 0
In 1962, Esquire editor Harold Hayes asked graphic designer George Lois to create a magazine cover, and the idea Lois came up with was extremely risky. Weeks before the heavyweight boxing world championship between Floyd Patterson and Sonny Liston, Lois produced a design depicting a defeated Patterson in black boxing shorts. The cover was a »
Opinion

Neghaiwi: ‘Scouted,’ listed, now responding

September 7, 2009 • 13
On the last evening of Camp Yale, I received a puzzling e-mail. It was a short message from my residential college dean asking me to stop by her office in the upcoming days. Thinking over my actions of the past days, I became worried that I had somehow managed to incur punishment before ever setting »