Trans/Gender week highlights progress for LGBTQ community
Trans/Gender Awareness Week, which ran from Nov. 10 to Nov. 20, hoped to start conversations across campus about gender identity and gender expression and to create a community with New Haven and Connecticut residents of people who can share their experiences with each other.
Yale names new general counsel
Come March 23, 2015, Alexander Dreier LAW ’95 will replace Dorothy Robinson as the University’s top legal counsel.
Diversity report may spur change
Nine months after an external review found Yale to be lacking in faculty and administrative diversity, the University appears to be seriously considering the review’s recommendations.
Harvard suit questions race’s place in Ivy admissions
On Monday, a student, now a member of Students for Fair Admissions Inc., filed a lawsuit against Harvard for employing “racially and ethnically discriminatory policies and procedures” during the undergraduate admissions process.
New guideline recommends final exam cap
A new Yale College policy limits a final exam from being worth more than 50 percent of a student’s grade. Students interviewed indicated the policy is a welcome change to the end of the semester.