Grading committee drops numerical system
Since the faculty tabled the proposal to switch to numerical grades last spring, the Ad-Hoc Committee on Grading has turned its attention to less provocative ideas for grade reform.
YLS attracts Yale undergrads
Of the 199 students that matriculated to Yale Law School this year, 23 graduated from Yale College. This year’s figure is consistent with the past several years, during which the number of Yale College graduates entering YLS ranged from 23 to 33. Students and faculty interviewed credited this track record to Yale College’s strong liberal »
YCC to push for Credit/D/Fail changes
Despite the Yale College Council’s efforts, Credit/D/Fail policy is unlikely to change in the near future. The YCC aims to get the conversion deadline from Credit/D/Fail to the standard letter grade option pushed back by two weeks, according to YCC President Danny Avraham. Though the Committee on Honors and Academic Standing has rejected that proposal »
Yale not considering honor code
Over a year after a cheating scandal wreaked havoc at Harvard, Yale’s rival school is considering implementing an honor code.