Jed Finley
Staff Reporter
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Sustainability office seeks student input

The University is currently pursuing its 2013–2016 Strategic Plan, but planning in the Office of Sustainability for future initiatives is already under way.

Sustainability goals mostly on track

Yale’s Sustainability Strategic Plan 2013–2016 is on track despite an increase in greenhouse gas emissions by the University in 2014, according to a report by the Office of Sustainability.

Calendar changes draw ire among students, faculty

This upcoming fall will be the first time in seven years that Yale College final examinations do not end on Dec. 18.

Paris attacks prompt reexamination of 2009 Yale Press controversy

After last week’s terror attack against the satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo, Yale students, faculty and experts have revisited Yale University Press’ controversial 2009 decision to censor images of the Prophet Muhammad.

Saybrook’s Hudak to step down

Saybrook College Master Paul Hudak will step down at the end of the spring semester.

Buckley program hosts former NSA director

On Friday, the William F. Buckley Jr. Program hosted its fourth annual conference honoring the 50th anniversary of James Burnham’s book “Suicide of the West” — which argues that the spread of liberalism is causing the downfall of Western societies.

Professors debate religion, afterlife at Veritas Forum

Although philosophy professor Shelly Kagan and University of St. Andrews professor NT Wright were on stage to discuss how to lead a happy life despite the prospect of death, they never got around to fully answering the question.

Elm City Music Fest kicks off

This weekend marked the first annual Elm City Music Fest, a three-day long concert held in nearby Hamden, Connecticut.

Faculty, students respond to high admin salaries

At $864,319, the average pay package given by the University to 10 of Yale’s top administrators has sparked conversation on campus.

Noche Dorada hosts White House official

Over 200 students gathered on Saturday night to celebrate the Latino community and hear about ways they could aid Hispanic students in the American public education system.

Artists, scholars discuss pioneer record label

Last night, a group of music industry executives and cultural scholars gathered to celebrate the legacy of one of America’s first record labels.