For some Yalies, immigration reform hits home
When President Barack Obama announced his executive actions on immigration on Nov. 20, Juan Carlos Cerda ’15 received a call from his father, who asked him what the changes would mean for their family.
In letter to Salovey, WFF examines UWC procedures
In response to recent scrutiny of the University’s sexual misconduct policy, the members of the Yale Women Faculty Forum’s Steering Committee sent a letter to University President Peter Salovey 11 days ago voicing concerns and suggestions about the process.
Under scrutiny, UWC to convene today
In light of recent media coverage, the University-Wide Committee on Sexual Misconduct will host an internal town hall meeting, tentatively set for this afternoon to discuss its policies and address potential concerns, according to an email obtained by the News.
Enough alcohol to call it rape?
On March 22, 2013, two Yale undergraduates had sexual intercourse. The female student was intoxicated. The male student was not.