Emma Platoff
Staff Reporter
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Rest in peace.

Handsome Dan XVII died last week in Rhode Island, most likely due to a heart attack. The English bulldog, whose name was Sherman, had spent nine […]

Fence to relocate.

Fence Club, the coed fraternity currently situated on High Street, notified its members last week that the organization has until August 1 to relocate from its current house at 15 […]

An invitation.

This spring, the University’s four cultural centers — which will see their budgets doubled next year — announced that part of that increased funding will go toward […]

Event attendee hospitalized.

An attendee was taken in an ambulance from a Law School admitted students event at Sterling Memorial Library this evening. Officers on the scene said […]

Student robbed.

A male graduate student was robbed at around 11:15 p.m. last night, said a 12:54 a.m. email from Yale Police Department Chief Ronnell Higgins. Four males approached the student […]


After suffering a gunshot to the back of the head, New Haven resident Robert Richardson was pronounced dead today at 1:50 a.m. Responding to a call, […]


The Harvard Corporation agreed Monday to Harvard Law School’s recommendation to remove and replace its seal, which currently features the crest of a slaveholding family. The decision […]

Wolfson ’78, “Mr. Marriage,” closes up shop

By the morning of Friday, June 26, the staff of Freedom to Marry had already been waiting a long time.

PA organizations examine Yale proposal

While students remain vocally opposed to Yale’s plan to move forward in creating a separate online Physician Assistant program, national physician assistant organizations have voiced differing opinions on the topic.

With dean of student engagement, Yale College Dean’s Office reorganizes

As Yale College welcomes its most diverse freshman class ever and plans for the opening of two new residential colleges, the Yale College Dean’s Office is working to ensure that its own organizational structure can continue to provide its trademark services while adjusting to meet changing student needs.

Pierson dean to step down

Just three weeks into the semester, Pierson College Dean Amerigo Fabbri has announced that he will step down from his post at the end of the academic year.