Victor Wang
Staff Reporter
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Ferando to replace Spooner as JE dean

Christina Ferando ’97 is a scholar of art history and recent Chester Dale Fellow fellow at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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.

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.

JE dean steps down to head Virginia college

Jody Spooner ’91 announced Monday that he will step down from his position as Jonathan Edwards College Dean to become the president of Ferrum College, a small liberal arts college in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.

Renita Miller named new Berkeley College dean

Renita Miller will serve as the next dean of Berkeley College, Yale College Dean Jonathan Holloway announced to the Berkeley community in a Monday email.

Santos named new head of Silliman College

Santos succeeds Nicholas Christakis, who served an almost unprecedentedly short tenure at the helm of the college.

FAS Senate report critiques faculty diversity initiative

The report includes an analysis of previous diversity initiatives at Yale dating back to the 1960s.

Faculty, scholars call for renaming of Calhoun College

Nearly a month after the University announced it would maintain the namesake of Calhoun College, hundreds of faculty members have vocalized their opposition to the decision.

Student petition urges English department to diversify curriculum

Undergraduates in the English department have authored a petition to “decolonize” the department’s introductory curriculum.

Months after controversy, Christakises resign Silliman posts

The couple drew national attention last fall when a Halloween weekend email from Erika Christakis defending students’ rights to wear culturally appropriative costumes sparked outrage on campus.