Graduate students fear that closure of Blue Dog café would hurt the Graduate School community.
University

Blue Dog Café under review

April 19, 2012 • 11
Graduate students are pushing back against the possible closure of the Graduate School’s only student-run dining facility, Blue Dog Café. News that the café, a staple of the McDougal Center in the Hall of Graduate Studies, may be replaced with a Yale Dining facility or vending machines has generated frustration among the Graduate School community, »
About twenty Yale students gathered on monday night to discuss how athletic teams, sororities and fraternities could be “unconventional allies” for students at Yale.
Sports

Panel discusses challenges gay athletes face

April 11, 2012 • 2
On Monday night, athletes from women’s club rugby, men’s and women’s track and field, men’s tennis, and men and women’s basketball teams, some of whom are in sororities and fraternities, shared their views on the challenges gay students face both on athletic teams and in Greek organizations at Yale. The panelists on Monday’s discussion included »