Changes to TF policies bring wage decreases for some
Joshua Fincher GRD ’15 holds the title of “part-time acting instructor.” He spends Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings teaching undergraduates the Greek language in “Homer: An Introduction.” As a teaching fellow who leads his own course, Fincher will earn $10,250 this semester.
Grad students assess housing plans
With significant changes coming to graduate housing, many students are discussing the kinds of spaces that should be available for graduate students, on and off-campus.
Sotomayor to chair Day of Service
On Jan. 21, the Association of Yale Alumni announced that Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor LAW ’79 will serve as the honorary chair of the 2015 Yale Day of Service, to be held on May 9.
Students, staff debate restaurant exchanges
Six years after the University decided to add Uncommon, an extra convenience store for meal swipes instead of having an exchange with local restaurants, Yale Dining staff and students are still divided on the matter.
YPD probes alleged rape in Vanderbilt
Members of the Yale Police Department descended on Vanderbilt Hall Friday evening, searching a freshman suite to investigate an alleged sexual assault.
Salovey plays Toad’s
Five songs into the Professor of Bluegrass’s 50-minute set, bass player and University President Peter Salovey turned to the audience and asked what you call a woman on a banjo player’s arm.