UWC lifts time limits for complaints
Starting this month, students and faculty members seeking to bring a complaint to the University-Wide Committee on Sexual Misconduct will be able to do so even years after the alleged incident.
Yale incorporates new laws in sexual misconduct policy
As college campuses nationwide adapt their policies on sexual misconduct to new federal and state legislation, Yale is working to incorporate the new guidelines into an already established network of resources.
Chemistry renovations met with mixed reviews
Seventeen months after renovations on Sterling Chemistry Laboratory began, students and faculty are still dealing with the effects of working alongside a major construction site.
YCC forms sexual health task force
As sexual climates at universities have come under national scrutiny, the Yale College Council has shifted its attention to the issue.
Attorney arrested at Criterion sues city
An immigration attorney who was arrested two years ago for bringing a firearm into the Criterion Cinemas movie theater has filed a lawsuit against the City of New Haven and Police Chief Dean Esserman, alleging false arrest and police misconduct.
OCS hosts STEM industry nights
Last week, over 400 students attended two industry nights that brought STEM companies to campus to meet with and recruit students.
Bio modules cause scheduling frustration
Two years after a sequence of half-semester introductory courses first replaced each biology department’s individual introductory courses, faculty are still ironing out the details.
Contagion helps to explain art value
A new study by researchers at the Yale School of Management explores why we value an original piece of artwork so much more than an exact duplicate.