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.

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YCC proposes changes to finals period

The Yale College Council plans to work toward two final exam policy changes to alleviate the stress of the shortened reading period.

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YCC Secretary Leviste ’15 to leave post

YCC Secretary Leandro Leviste ’15 will take the spring semester off to work on his mother’s re-election campaign in the Philippines and plans to leave his YCC position vacant, Leviste announced in a Thursday night email to the YCC. He said he plans to stay on campus until Feb. 7 or Feb. 8 to help […]

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YCC selects new vice president

Effective today, Danny Avraham ’15 will replace Debby Abramov ’14 as the vice president of Yale College Council, taking the helm after Abramov announced earlier this month that she would not return to Yale this semester. The YCC Executive Board met today to determine the new vice president according to its constitution, which require the […]

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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.

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Fraternities negatively impacted by fall rush ban

A new ban on fall freshman rush for Greek organizations has resulted in negative effects on the groups, according to fraternity leaders interviewed.

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Alcohol Committee meets students

The newly formed University Council Committee on Alcohol in Yale College met for the first time Monday.

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Yale Dining debuts winter break meal plan

Over 200 students participated in a new meal program offered for six days during winter break.

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YCC to elect new vice president

YCC Vice President Debby Abramov ’14 will not return to Yale this semester and plans to leave her YCC position vacant, she announced in an email to the YCC Wednesday afternoon. Once the spring semester begins next week, the YCC will elect a new vice president according to the rules outlined in its constitution. The […]

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YCC rolls out winter break meal plan

From Jan. 7-12, Yalies back on campus can eat in the Ezra Stiles and Morse dining halls due to a new winter break meal plan organized by the Yale College Council. Under the new initiative, students can pre-purchase two to 12 lunches for $7 each, though student-athletes will be provided separate meal cards by the Athletic […]

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Admins launch new alcohol-related initiatives

Administrators have launched two new alcohol-related initiatives that aim to evaluate alcohol culture at Yale and seek ways to form a safer undergraduate experience. In an email sent yesterday afternoon to the student body, Yale College Dean Mary Miller and University Secretary and Vice President for Student Life Kimberly Goff-Crews announced the “Task Force on […]

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Shortened reading week builds stress

For the first time since it was instated over 30 years ago, reading week will no longer last a full week.

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