Students challenge law professor on sexual misconduct
Claiming that they “trivializ[e] the experiences of countless students,” more than 80 students at Yale Law School have leveled criticisms against arguments made by Yale Law School professor Jed Rubenfeld — published in The New York Times — critiquing universities’ sexual misconduct policies.
In faculty hiring, spouses pose unique challenge
Spousal hiring at a university poses a “dual-career problem” when two partners do not both receive positions at the same institution or city, forcing one of them to reject an otherwise desirable offer.
Yale-NUS campus to cost $240 million
While Yale College expands its residential college system along Prospect Street, Yale-NUS is constructing a new campus itself, to the tune of roughly $240 million dollars.
Singapore upholds law criminalizing gay sex
Singapore’s highest court upheld a law — Section 377A — criminalizing sex between men, raising questions regarding whether students at Yale-NUS are free to explore their sexual orientations.
YLS-FES students raise concerns on program integration
As faculty members and administrators work on organizing community-building events for dual law-environment degree candidates, students are expressing different concerns — namely academic and curricular integration — about the decade-old program.
Yale-NUS pushes global recruitment
In their effort to recruit more students for the still-new Yale-NUS College, admissions officers from Yale-NUS will travel to over 40 countries.