Returning head pantry workers take up new roles
Two former head pantry workers have decided to return to their residential college dining halls, though their assignments will be different from what they were prior to their original departure.
Diversity in academic programs nebulous
Last week, Yale accepted its most diverse freshman class yet. Still, questions remain as to whether the Admissions Office’s efforts at diversification reach all of Yale’s most competitive academic programs.
YCC | Joe English ’17, president
After serving on all three branches of the Yale College Council as a freshman, as well as chief of staff for the Executive Board as a sophomore, Joe English ’17 said his extensive experience on the council sets him apart from the other two candidates for YCC president.
Campus cameras prompt privacy concerns
During the internal examination of YPD procedure that followed an officer’s detention of Tahj Blow ’16, investigators drew heavily upon video footage of the incident. Questions have since emerged about the level of video surveillance on campus.
Yale admits 6.49 percent of applicants
After completing its review of the second largest group of students to ever apply to the college, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions accepted roughly 6.49 percent of the 30,237 students who applied to Yale.
Independent panels garner mixed reviews
Following an independent panel report on Yale Police Department policies — sparked by a Jan. 24 incident in which Tahj Blow ’16 was detained by a YPD officer holding a gun — uncertainty remains about how such panels are established and the role they play in University policy.
Panel recommends body cameras for all YPD officers
Just over two months after Tahj Blow ’16 was briefly detained by a Yale police officer holding a gun on Cross Campus, the ad hoc panel charged with providing recommendations on University and Yale Police Department policies has issued its report.