Monica Wang
Staff Reporter
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Harvard profs object to sanctions

Twelve Harvard professors have submitted a motion opposing sanctions on certain single-sex organizations.

Unlike Harvard, Yale seeks stronger ties with Greek organizations

The Yale College Council released a report recommending that the University formalize its relationship with Greek organizations and better incorporate them into the existing administrative framework.

State passes affirmative consent legislation

Last Wednesday, the Connecticut Senate voted 35 to one in favor of a bill requiring both private and public colleges and universities in the state […]

Incoming Silliman FroCo group raises diversity concerns

Students both within and beyond the college have criticized Silliman’s freshman counselor selection for its failure to take racial and ethnic diversity into serious consideration.

“Master” to become “head of college”

Yale named its last master on Wednesday. An hour after naming David Evans ’92 the new head of Berkeley college, University President Peter Salovey announced in a campuswide email that Yale will discard the title, replacing it with “head of college.” Salovey’s message also included two other key naming decisions regarding the name of Calhoun College and the two new residential colleges.

UP CLOSE | Within and without the system: student advocacy at Yale

“We out here, we’ve been here, we ain’t leaving, we are loved.” More than 1,000 students chanted in unison as they marched toward Cross Campus last November, holding banners and signs of solidarity to protest racial injustice on Yale’s campus.

Yale considers launching harassment site

When results from the Association of American Universities campus survey on sexual assault and sexual misconduct were released last fall, Yale was confronted with data that showed an alarming rate of sexual misconduct on campus. Two particularly disturbing statistics indicated that only 7.1 percent of female undergraduates and 3.5 percent of male undergraduates who experienced sexual harassment reported the incident to a University program.


While both Yale and China have undergone rapid changes since Yung was an undergraduate, his legacy is carried on by generations of Chinese internationals who have crossed the Pacific and stepped onto Yale’s campus ever since. How has the demographic changed over past decades? How are Chinese Yalies today similar to — or different from — those who came before them?

Donor looks at big picture

Stephen Schwarzman ’69 has been actively communicating his broader vision for the Schwarzman Center to University leaders since donating $150 million to Yale in May […]

Panel highlights increased mental health awareness

On a warm Tuesday evening, five undergraduates openly shared their struggles with mental illness — from depression to bipolar disorder and eating disorders — to an audience of roughly 100 students gathered in Sudler Hall.

Take Back the Night draws diverse crowd

Dozens of students gathered on Cross Campus last Friday afternoon for the annual Take Back the Night speak-out, during which survivors of sexual violence shared their stories in the open air.