CEO stresses technology, female empowerment

Nowadays women are a powerful and non-minority group, according to Reshma Saujani LAW ’02.

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Online housing centralized

To streamline the housing process, nine of Yale’s residential colleges are switching to a new online system this year.

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Alcohol committee courts student input

After promising to consider student input, members of the Alcohol Recommendations Implementation Committee (ARIC) have begun meeting with students in individual residential colleges to gather their thoughts.

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Students raise concerns over new colleges

The Expansion Committee is working towards founding a strong culture for the new residential colleges.

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Branford launches tech-free tea zone

In the new Branford Tea Room, students are encouraged to go beyond the superficial and everyday conversations common on campus.

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Former Spanish Prime Minister examines European future

Former Spanish Prime Minister José María Aznar spoke on the political, social and social challenges of Spain and the rest of Europe.

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Frat rush numbers still up

Despite the ban on fall rush for freshmen, fraternities at Yale have seen an increase in the number of students participating in rush.

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YCC recommends open data

The recommended that the administration loosen restrictions governing University data and increase transparency concerning policies.

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Students to analyze Yale’s impact on New Haven

Last week, the Roosevelt Institute launched “Rethinking Communities,” a nationwide initiative to analyze and rate how colleges affect their local communities.

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After restructuring, Reach Out intensifies service

Starting next semester, following a series of changes in leadership and accountability, the popular Reach Out organization will lead more service-oriented experiences abroad.

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Intercultural Affairs Council augments campus dialogue

Five years after its creation, the Intercultural Affairs Council has been staying true to its purpose of creating open and inclusive campus dialogue. Created in 2008, the IAC strives to promote respect and understanding amongst undergraduates by challenging social biases and promoting a more open-minded campus culture. This year’s new student board members — who […]

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‘Bent’ explores love, hardship

Martin Sherman’s play “Bent” traces the persecution of homosexuals under the Third Reich — and evolves into a love story that testifies to humanity’s endurance. “Bent,” the senior project for Connor Lounsbury ’14, opened at the Whitney Humanities Center’s Whitney Theater last Friday. The play, which is being directed by Molly Houlahan ’14 and produced […]

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