Tuesday’s XC | 9.23

The Boola is inexplicably advertising its online paper with Easter eggs spread across campus.

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Hungerford appointed to new position

English professor Amy Hungerford will step down as Master of Morse College at the end of this academic year, following her appointment today as Divisional Director for the Humanities. Hungerford, who stepped into the Mastership in 2012 and chaired the Council of Masters—a position she inherited from current Yale College Dean Jonathan Holloway — also […]

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Tuesday’s XC | 12.3

Thanks to Yale. Over Thanksgiving, the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication took to social media to call attention to climate change with #ClimateThanks. Participants were encouraged to tweet about who they were thankful for in the environmental movement. The movement quickly gained a broad support base. “What started at Yale has now infiltrated the […]

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Dept. of Education to visit campus, monitor Title IX compliance

According to a Monday afternoon email from Deputy Provost Stephanie Spangler, the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) will be making a visit to campus on Oct. 2 and Oct. 3 as part of its ongoing agreement to monitor Yale’s progress in complying with Title IX requirements. Sixteen students and alumni filed a complaint against the […]

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YCC debuts project list to increase transparency

Students who demand more transparency from the Yale College Council will now be able to see a list of the projects on which they are working their website.

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LGBT alumni celebrate at rescheduled reunion

A concert featuring Cynthia Nixon, a speech on Yale as the “Gay Ivy” and a party at Partners Cafe all took place this weekend.

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YCC creates specialized committees

Newsletters and webpages from the Yale College Council may soon get an upgrade, after the council brought on a team of specialized members this semester.

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Dwight Hall tightens service trip regulations

Student organizations looking to do community service abroad during spring break may face tighter regulations this year.

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Yale Dining adds credit card swipe

This year, the dining halls are changing their menus to reflect student opinion — but students have hardly noticed.

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Sexual misconduct scenarios released

Hypothetical sexual misconduct scenarios were released by administrators Monday in an effort to clarify confusion regarding the University’s disciplinary procedures.

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Sex misconduct scenarios clarify ‘nonconsensual sex,’ punishment

In response to criticism surrounding the University’s fourth semiannual report of sexual misconduct complaints, administrators released a series of sexual misconduct scenarios and their corresponding punishments on Monday evening — four of which include expulsion. “One of the things we’re trying to do, we’re thinking these scenarios are really good to educate the community,” said […]

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Orientations skip recent sexual misconduct controversy

Since coming to Yale, the students said their freshman orientation programs have not provided opportunities to continue their conversations from the summer.

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