Latino Heritage Month a success

More than 50 members of the Yale community gathered to listen to Catherine Kissee-Sandoval ’81, the keynote speaker for La Casa Cultural’s month-long celebration of Latino Heritage Month (LHM).

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Hirsi Ali addresses over 300

In spite of controversy surrounding her invitation to campus, Ayaan Hirsi Ali delivered her speech Monday night without significant interruption or disturbance.

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After MSA email, confusion

Organizations including the Slifka Center, Yale Friends of Israel (YFI), and the Yale Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) said they did not grant MSA explicit permission to use their names.

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YCC adopts casual correspondence

Michael Herbert ’16, president of the Yale College Council, wants to befriend all of campus.

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YCC gets early start

The turnout for last week’s Yale College Council meeting — the first of the academic year — was unprecedented and unexpected.

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Groups embroiled in controversy over speaker

Representatives from 35 campus groups and student organizations have signed a letter drafted by the Muslim Students Association (MSA) that expresses concern over an event bringing Ayaan Hirsi Ali to campus.

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Amidst controversy, University reverend resigns

Rev. Bruce Shipman resigned from his post as priest-in-charge of the Episcopal Church at Yale on Thursday.

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Belo-Osagie ’17 dies, remembered as kind and loving friend

Yale student Azeez Belo-Osagie ’17 died last week while on leave from Yale. He was 19 years old.

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Group photo memorializes Ferguson shooting

Attendees of the photo shoot interviewed spoke of the importance of the demonstration and others like it.

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Student activity fee raise stalled

The Student Activities Fee — an annual amount paid by students that helps fund the budgets for campus groups — is long overdue for change, according to many members of the Yale College Council.

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Federal discussion on sexual assault policy comes to Yale

U.S. Senators Richard Blumenthal LAW ’73 and Chris Murphy came to Yale Health yesterday for a roundtable discussion on sexual violence on college campuses.

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