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With spring fling, short reading week adds stress

This year, reading week will not last a full five days for just the second time since the study period was instated over 30 years ago.

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Tobin ’15 wins JCC runoff

Rachel Tobin ’15 won the runoff election for Junior Class Council president, receiving 50.88 percent of the vote, just 1.76 percent more of the vote than her opponent, Nancy Xia ’15. The run-off election occurred on Monday and Tuesday, after an original JCC election that included four candidates reached no decisive conclusion. The results follow […]

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YCC election winners announced

The Yale College Council elections concluded on Friday afternoon at 5 p.m., and all but one of the races ended with a decisive result. Of the contested races, Andrew Grass ’16 was elected YCC Secretary and Leigh Hamilton ’15 won the YCC Treasurer race, receiving 50.64 percent of the vote and 60.71 percent of the […]

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Spring Fling budget stays steady

The Spring Fling Committee will likely still have plenty of resources left after paying for the headlining act, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.

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For first time in YCC history, more than one uncontested race

When students fill out their ballots during the Yale College Council’s annual elections this week, they will find far fewer choices than in previous years.

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YCC postpones election deadline

The deadline to declare candidacy for the Yale College Council executive board elections has been postponed 48 hours.

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Jeremiah Quinlan named new dean of admissions

Deputy Dean of Admissions Jeremiah Quinlan has been named named Yale’s new dean of undergraduate admissions. University President Richard Levin, President-elect Peter Salovey and Yale College Dean Mary Miller announced in an email to select staff and faculty members in the Yale community this afternoon that Quinlan has been appointed to replace Jeffrey Brenzel, who […]

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Spring break plan serves hundreds of students

Over spring break, Yale Dining served over 3,400 meals to students staying in New Haven, the latest addition to a series of expanded dining options this year.

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