On Tuesday, Stanford University became the wealthiest U.S. university to pledge divestment from coal companies.
“This email has recently come to our attention, and I can confirm that this is not an official Yale communication,” University Secretary Kimberly Goff-Crews said.
For the first time in Yale’s 312-year history, the University will have a faculty senate.
Cuts to administrative staff are likely in the next three to five years, senior administrators told the News on Monday.
A “con” statement was submitted to the YCC’s referendum website on Friday by Students for a Strong Endowment. The group argued against using the endowment as a political instrument, which they said may establish “troubling” precedents.