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.
After MSA email, confusion
Organizations including the Slifka Center, Yale Friends of Israel (YFI), and the Yale Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) said they did not grant MSA explicit permission to use their names.
Groups embroiled in controversy over speaker
Representatives from 35 campus groups and student organizations have signed a letter drafted by the Muslim Students Association (MSA) that expresses concern over an event bringing Ayaan Hirsi Ali to campus.
OCS eases course shopping woes
As the frenzy of shopping period continues, the Yale College Registrar’s Office has issued a series of requests regarding the Online Course Selection system.
YCC, students reflect on year
Last spring, the 2013–’14 Yale College Council was elected after a race with three uncontested seats and low voter participation.
Negativity abounds in YCC election
Students have expressed disappointment about the prevalence of negative allegations circulating around the presidential candidates.
Tap Night rages
On Thursday campus was invaded by students dressed as pink dinosaurs, astronauts and Aladdin as juniors sought to fulfill their induction requirements for Yale’s secret societies.
Keegan book launched
Family, friends and members of the Yale community celebrated the launch of Marina Keegan’s ’12 posthumous short story and essay collection.