In letter to Salovey, WFF examines UWC procedures
In response to recent scrutiny of the University’s sexual misconduct policy, the members of the Yale Women Faculty Forum’s Steering Committee sent a letter to University President Peter Salovey 11 days ago voicing concerns and suggestions about the process.
Special academic programs occupy delicate niche
Six years ago, an undergraduate student’s efforts to create an interdisciplinary human rights major was rejected. So was her application to design her own major on the same topic.
Enough alcohol to call it rape?
On March 22, 2013, two Yale undergraduates had sexual intercourse. The female student was intoxicated. The male student was not.
Local 34 votes to escalate action
Local 34 members unanimously voted to take broader action to reverse the budget cuts that the unions say have left fewer workers with more work.
Despite growth, endowment structure meets controversy
Following the University’s recent announcement that its endowment had risen to a record-high $23.9 billion, University administrators and officials praised the Investments Office. But not everyone was pleased.
Hirsi Ali addresses over 300
In spite of controversy surrounding her invitation to campus, Ayaan Hirsi Ali delivered her speech Monday night without significant interruption or disturbance.