Students challenge law professor on sexual misconduct
Claiming that they “trivializ[e] the experiences of countless students,” more than 80 students at Yale Law School have leveled criticisms against arguments made by Yale Law School professor Jed Rubenfeld — published in The New York Times — critiquing universities’ sexual misconduct policies.
Purview of new FAS senate outlined
Nine months after its creation, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Senate Implementation Committee has outlined the potential authority of the new FAS Senate.
Transgender author discusses self-discovery
On Tuesday evening, transgender activist and author Janet Mock visited campus to discuss her journey to self-discovery and recently published book, the New York Times bestseller “Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love, & So Much More.”
Yale, Harvard gear up for The Game
To prepare for the 131st edition of The Game — slated for next Saturday in Cambridge — Yale has organized transportation and housing for its students, Harvard has arranged for a Friday night party in Harvard Yard and Herbert has released a video on YouTube challenging Harvard Undergraduate Council President Gus Mayopoulos to a boxing match on YouTube.
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.
Chi Psi pulls bid for Lake Place house
Amid complaints from neighbors and the University, Yale’s chapter of the Chi Psi fraternity withdrew its Board of Zoning Appeals application for its 13 Lake Place property.
Amid controversy, Simons removed from directorship
Former cardiology chief at the School of Medicine Michael Simons has been removed from his position as director of the Yale Cardiovascular Research Center, according to an article published Friday in The New York Times.