Center for LGBTQ youth to open
The People’s Arts Collective of New Haven — a gallery and studio space located on College Street — will soon double as a weekly social space for the city’s LGBTQ youth.
Sex Weekend examines sexual culture
Roughly 55 students gathered in Saturday evening to learn about masochistic sexual practices such as those depicted in “50 Shades of Grey.”
New direction for Buddhist programs
The Chaplain’s Office has unveiled a series of new religious activities and acquired two interim staff advisers for the University’s Buddhist community.
Yale Health considers sex change surgery
Though Stanford, the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard and Brown offer health insurance coverage for students to receive gender reassignment surgery, Yale is still reviewing its policies for the procedure.
Ivy Council discusses student life
Over 50 students from Ivy League universities gathered at Yale this weekend to discuss student policies on issues ranging from alcohol to academic honesty.
Chaplain’s Office hosts OMG!Week
This week, students can participate in a Muslim prayer service, a Shabbat Friday night dinner and a discussion of Buddhist principles — all as part of a new Chaplain’s Office initiative.
Sig Ep added to tailgate lawsuit
A lawsuit filed by Sarah Short SOM ’13, who was injured in the fatal U-Haul crash at the 2011 Yale-Harvard tailgate, has been amended to include Sig Ep as a defendant.
Despite storm, IvyQ conference persists
This weekend, 500 students converged on campus for the fourth annual IvyQ — a conference for undergraduate LGBTQ and allied students that Yale hosted for the first time — despite logistical challenges due to the blizzard.
SHARE doubles staff, expands resources
SHARE has doubled its staff and relocated to larger offices over the past year as part of continuing efforts to expand its visibility on campus.