Frats see spring rush classes grow
Fraternities are rushing significantly larger spring classes than in previous years due to a ban on fall freshman recruitment.
University-wide student center considered
Students from Yale College, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the 12 professional schools are collaborating to draft a proposal for a student center.
YCC sees executive board shakeup
This weekend, the Yale College Council will elect a second replacement member of its executive board in the middle of an academic year for the first time in the Council’s history.
YCC releases midyear report
In its second annual midyear report released Sunday night, the Yale College Council outlined its completed projects while looking ahead to initiatives it hopes to work on this semester.
Frat maintains Christian-only policy
Yale’s newest fraternity, Beta Upsilon Chi, will begin its first rush process next week as the University’s only Greek organization currently in defiance of Yale’s anti-discrimination policies.