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Ginkgo

Maybe it’s ironic that we called the ginkgo to be the witness to our community — this loneliest of trees, the last of its kind, made even lonelier by its refusal to die: 140,000 people were killed when the atomic bomb hit Hiroshima, but six charred ginkgo trees survived.

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Survey points to high rates of sexual assault in Ivy League

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New documents shed light on Carlisle’s death

Newly released documents from the New Haven Police Department, published by Gawker early Wednesday, shed new light on the circumstances that led to a stabbing and student suicide in May.

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Misconduct survey reveals unique landscape for graduate students

While the numbers for graduate and professional school students were lower, the data from the AAU survey indicated that they face a substantially different set of obstacles.

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With dean of student engagement, Yale College Dean’s Office reorganizes

As Yale College welcomes its most diverse freshman class ever and plans for the opening of two new residential colleges, the Yale College Dean’s Office is working to ensure that its own organizational structure can continue to provide its trademark services while adjusting to meet changing student needs.

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Survey shows “disturbing” rates of sexual misconduct

Over half of all Yale students who responded to a survey on sexual climate last April have experienced some form of sexual harassment since arriving on campus

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Yale students are aware of resources to address misconduct, survey suggests

While Yale students reported a higher incidence of sexual harassment and sexual assault than students at other schools, they also demonstrated a greater awareness of the problem.

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Survey shows “disturbing” rates of sexual misconduct

Over half of all Yale students who responded to a survey on sexual climate last April have experienced some form of sexual harassment since arriving on campus, and 16.1 percent have experienced attempted or completed sexual assault.

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Peculiar case sheds light on reinstatement

Months of debate last semester surrounding Yale’s mental health policies revolved around the process and challenges of admitting withdrawn students back to school.

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Sig Ep brothers will stand trial in suit

For 85 former Yale students and brothers of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, simply being present at the 2011 Harvard-Yale tailgate crash that left one woman dead and two injured may be enough to be held responsible for the accident, a Waterbury superior court judge ruled Wednesday.

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