University | 6:21 pm | October 23, 2012 | By Amanda Chan

Offensive T-shirt sparks criticism against Amherst

This shirt has received criticism for its offensive images and slogan.

Since Angie Epifano’s column of sexual violence at Amherst went viral last week, another round of criticism has been levied against Amherst for its allegedly hostile sexual environment — this time, the criticism focuses on clothing. An Amherst fraternity printed and sold T-shirts last year that featured a bruised woman, wearing only a bra and »

University | 8:55 pm | October 14, 2012 | By Jessica Hallam

Harvard ‘Incestfest’ draws criticism

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Attention: There’s controversy brewing at Harvard. An “Incestfest” dance to be hosted by Harvard’s Kirkland Hall this December has drawn criticism from members of the Harvard community and national media for its controversial name. The dance — which gets its name because it is only open to Kirkland Hall residents — encourages attendees to “hook »

University | 11:08 am | August 27, 2012 | By Julia Zorthian

New book critiques Yale’s sex culture

Nathan Harden '09 levels serious critiques of Yale and Sex Week in his new book.

Welcome to Yale, freshmen — now take off your pants. That’s what freshman orientation might be like at the Yale portrayed in “Sex and God at Yale: Porn, Political Correctness, and a Good Education Gone Bad,” a new book by Nathan Harden ’09 that slams the University for allegedly creating a sex-obsessed culture. “Sex and »

University | 1:05 pm | March 29, 2012 | By Caroline Tan

Dean’s office to hold make-up training sessions

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The Yale College Dean’s Office will hold two make-up leadership training workshops Thursday and Friday from 3 to 4 p.m. for members of registered undergraduate organizations that did not attend the January training sessions. Thursday’s session will focus on planning initiations and reducing the risk of hazing, while Friday’s session will focus on organizing events »

University | 12:06 am | February 7, 2012 | By Dan Stein

True Love Week interrupted by “kiss in”

A number of students staged a "kiss in" Monday night.

At the second event of True Love Week on Monday night, love was certainly in the air — especially for the group of Yalies who staged a “kiss in.” As Bijan Aboutorabi ’13, a member of Undergraduates for a Better Yale College, introduced the night’s featured speaker, Providence College Prof. Anthony Esolen, he said he »