Jordi Gassó
Jordi Gassó is the current Arts & Living Editor for the News and a former Student Affairs & Organizations beat reporter. He hails from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Positive Title IX effects hoped for

Before administrators announced progress towards overhauling Yale’s sexual grievance procedures, University President Richard Levin suggested that the University has room to improve in its response […]

Salovey to announce new committee on sexual misconduct

In an e-mail to be sent to faculty and students tonight, Provost Peter Salovey will officially announce the creation of a new centralized sexual misconduct […]

Miller updates on Title IX investigation

Updated: 9:34 p.m. In an e-mail sent to Yale students and parents tonight, Yale College Dean Mary Miller provided an update about recent developments involving […]

Can the Title IX complaint go public?

Members of the Yale community seeking specifics of the Title IX complaint filed against the University may face a long — or possibly interminable — wait.

Media descends on campus to report Title IX story

In the wake of the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights investigation into claims of a “hostile sexual environment” at Yale, a flurry of […]

Biden set to announce guidelines relating to sexual misconduct at universities

The complaint accusing Yale of allowing a hostile environment toward women to persist has become part of a rapidly growing national conversation about sexual assault […]

Students, admins react to Title IX complaint

Days after the federal government opened an investigation into the University for possibly violating Title IX, most students and officials are still in the dark […]

University responds to Title IX complaint

UDPATED: 7:44 p.m. In an official University statement sent in an e-mail to the News Friday afternoon, University spokesman Tom Conroy said administrators had been […]

Yale under federal investigation for possible Title IX violations

UPDATED: April 2, 10:32 a.m. The University is under investigation by the United States Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights stemming from an alleged […]

Controversial minister draws outcry

A weekend conference with a Christian minister with ties to a movement that seeks to reverse homosexual behavior is drawing opposition from students. Christopher Yuan, […]

BREAKING: DOE’s Office for Civil Rights to investigate Yale for “hostile sexual environment”

UPDATED: 7:57 p.m. The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights announced it would open an investigation of the University “for its failure to […]