Anna McNeil
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MCNEIL, SINGER AND WALKER: Deliberate indifference

On July 12, 2018, the three of us filed complaints with the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO), alleging sex discrimination against Yale […]

Together but different

The case for inclusion is clear. We are simply asking that women and nonbinary students be afforded an equal role in helping improve social spaces for everyone. At Yale and in America, there should be no glass ceilings, no exclusionary walls and no closed doors. “Separate but equal” has failed; “together but different” must be our future.

MCNEIL: Selective remembrance

When I chose to enroll at Yale, I had a laundry list of concerns. For the most part, my scruples were mundane: Would I make friends? Would I miss/be missed by my family? Would I like my professors?