YCC releases alcohol report

In an email to the student body this morning, the Yale College Council announced a report including five recommendations for improving the University’s drinking culture based on the results of a survey of nearly 1,500 students, open forums and discussions with individual students. The report recommended firstly that University President Richard Levin make a public statement supporting a reconsideration of […]

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Occidental students file Title IX complaint

A group of 37 women at Occidental College in California filed a complaint today with the Department of Education on grounds of Title IX violations, becoming part of a growing number of universities, including Yale, which have come under investigation for providing inadequate sexual misconduct resources. The complaint, similar to the one filed by 16 […]

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Discrimination suit dismissed

A district court dismissed allegations of discrimination from former employee Anthony Craig, who was terminated ess than a year into his residency.

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YCC faces low election turnout, uncontested races

Danny Avraham ’15 was officially named president of the Yale College Council for the 2013-’14 academic year.

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Man arrested outside Branford dining hall

Three officers, including one member of the Yale Police Department and New Haven Police Department, escorted a young man from the Branford dining hall before an NHPD officer arrested him outside the dining area around 6:30 p.m. Thursday evening. According to student eyewitnesses, Branford dining hall staff called the police when they noticed the man, […]

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Tap Night tradition continues

A junior in a leprechaun costume hid behind a tree outside Jonathan Edwards College Thursday night waiting to be inducted into one of Yale’s senior societies.

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Former student sues Yale over sexual misconduct response

A former graduate student who was repeatedly assaulted and raped during her time on campus a decade ago is suing the University.

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Unlike most Ivies, Yale lacks ombudsman

Yale may soon find itself one of just two Ivy League schools without a campuswide ombudsman as a sexual misconduct resource.

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Undergraduate poets present in Beinecke

At a poetry reading Tuesday, Nancy Kuhl, curator at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, ran over the list of names in one breath — the 10 undergraduates nominated by Yale’s creative writing faculty for the annual reading of Yale Student Poets.

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Alcohol disciplinary policies still unclear

Over 200 students have not sought assistance while intoxicated due to fear of disciplinary repercussions, according to a YCC survey.

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Task Force criticizes unclear policies

The Task Force on Alcohol and Other Drugs concluded that Yale has unclear disciplinary policies regarding alcohol-related incidents.

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Open forum tackles alcohol

The number of students in attendance at last night’s Yale College Council Open Forum on Alcohol barely exceeded the number of panelists.

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