Daniela Brighenti
Staff Reporter
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After expulsion, Montague sues University for breach of contract, Title IX violation

Former Yale men’s basketball captain Jack Montague filed a lawsuit against the University on Thursday on the grounds that his February expulsion for violating University policy on sexual misconduct represented a breach of Yale’s contractual obligations as well as a violation of his Title IX rights.

CEID receives $20 million donation

On Thursday, the University announced a $20 million donation from James S. Tyler Jr. GRD ’65 to the Center for Engineering Innovation and Design.

CS50 hires new instructor

As CS50 gears up for its second semester at Yale this fall, it will do so with a different face at the helm of the […]

Athletic recruitment policy still undecided

Yale’s two new residential colleges, Pauli Murray College and Benjamin Franklin College, have finally been given names. Yet to be decided, however, is the makeup of the students who will reside in them.

Who’s Behind the Lines?

Last October, hundreds of members of Yale’s Graduate Employees and Students Organization — now known as GESO-Local 33 — marched toward Woodbridge Hall, the office […]

WOMEN’S TENNIS: Coaching decision yet to be made

In a five-year span, the Yale women’s tennis team has seen both three consecutive Ivy Championship titles and three different head coaches. Days after the conclusion of the 2016 season — which saw a drop to last place in the Ivy League — it remains undecided whether interim head coach Matej Zlatkovic’s position will be made permanent for the 2016–17 season.

Under Armour uniforms near completion

In January, Yale announced a historic deal with athletic apparel company Under Armour. Now three months later, all of the newly designed uniforms for Yale’s varsity teams are close to completion.

Payne Whitney, library hours expanded

The University announced on Tuesday that expanded access to Payne Whitney Gymnasium during the academic year will become permanent, and a one-year pilot program will test out increased access to Sterling Memorial Library and Bass Library over the summer and during the October and spring breaks.

Group aims to support LGBTQ athletes

A group of six male student-athletes have banded together with the mission of making Yale and its athletic department more inclusive for LGBTQ student-athletes. After […]

Berkeley Dean Genoni to depart

Yale swimmers teach their craft to Elm City youth

Members of the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams gathered Saturday afternoon together to swim. Though this offseason activity is typical for the two teams, their companions were less common: Dozens of elementary school children joined the athletes in the waters of the third-floor practice pool.