Monica Wang
Staff Reporter
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Max Ritvo ’13, talented poet and beloved Yalie, dies at 25

“My genes are in mice, and not in the banal way that Man’s old genes are in the Beasts. My doctors split my tumors up […]

Courtesy of Victoria Ritvo
Dhall to depart AACC, leaving legacy

In 2000, the Asian American Cultural Center was made up of furniture donated from graduating seniors — several couches had stains on them that were covered up with throw blankets — and the space was shared between Asian and Chicano students until La Casa Cultural was established that same year.

Report shows record-high 88 sexual misconduct complaints

The previous report, released in February, showed 78 complaints.

Students participate in DNC, RNC

Several Yalies have taken front-row seats at the Democratic and Republican National Conventions these past two weeks, rallying behind their respective presidential nominees.

Asian-Americans speak up for Black lives

The letter opens with a simple line: “Dear Mom, Dad, Uncle, Auntie: Black Lives Matter to Us, Too.”

Without clear procedures, Yale hired Pogge amid allegations of sexual misconduct

Yale hired renowned philosophy professor Thomas Pogge even though some at the University were already aware of a prior sexual misconduct allegation made against him.

UConn revokes Bill Cosby’s honorary degree, Yale remains silent

On Wednesday, the University of Connecticut joined the group of colleges and universities that have revoked honorary degrees conferred upon stand-up comedian and actor Bill Cosby.

Yalies mourn and offer support in wake of Orlando shooting

As the nation mourns the deadliest shooting in American history, the Orlando massacre has had a direct and personal effect on many members of the Yale community.

Chandhoke named new Trumbull dean

Surjit Chandhoke is a lecturer and researcher in the Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology department.

Philosophy community signs open letter in striking rebuke of Pogge

Nearly a month after sexual misconduct allegations arose against renowned Yale philosophy professor Thomas Pogge, more than 200 philosophy professors around the world have signed an open letter condemning Pogge’s alleged misconduct.

Leo to restructure constitution

“The members of Leo want Yale to offer a safe residential, social and sexual climate for everyone," President Henry Iseman ’18 wrote.