Meeske to step down

John Meeske ’74, associate dean for student organizations and physical resources, will step down from his post this summer.

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Bill could require anti-harassment policies

Under a bill introduced in Congress Thursday, colleges and universities would be required to enact anti-harassment policies for the first time.

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YCC proposes changes to withdrawal policy

The Yale College Council announced another step forward in the process to reform mental health procedures yesterday.

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Dean’s Office to consider expanding mixed gender housing

Next year's sophomores will not be allowed to live in mixed gender housing (MGH). But the policy may change by the 2015-'16 academic year.

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Yale to host first-ever Asian alumni reunion

To commemorate the 160th anniversary of the graduation of Yale’s first Asian student, the University is hosting its first-ever Yale Asian Alumni Reunion.

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Deans Search Advisory Committee seeks student input

The email mentions three different ways for students to voice their opinions on candidates to the Committee in the upcoming weeks.

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SAE eliminates pledging and initiation nationally

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, one of the nation’s largest fraternities, has eliminated the pledging and initiation processes for new members.

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SAE eliminates pledging and initiation nationally

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, which is one of the nation's largest fraternities, has eliminated the pledging and initiation processes for its new members.

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Students talk mental health at AACC

On Thursday night, approximately 25 members of the Yale community gathered at the Asian-American Cultural Center to discuss how mental health is a taboo subject in the Asian-American community.

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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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Entrepreneurs examine global health innovation

The three women sitting on Monday’s public health innovation panel had one thing in common: None of them had planned to be entrepreneurs.

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Date Night ends in financial debt

"Because it was a capped event, we paid for the food for each individual spot, so every person that didn't show up cost us $13," Feldman said.

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