New alcohol policy emphasizes student safety

An increased emphasis on student health is the focus of a new Yale College policy on alcohol-related incidents rolled out this semester.

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Episcopal chaplain responds to backlash

After having his remarks in the New York Times criticized for appearing to be a justification of anti-Semitism, the University's Episcopal chaplain Bruce Shipman told the News that his statements were misconstrued.

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Two cultural houses receive new deans

A series of leadership changes shook up the halls of two of Yale’s cultural houses this summer.

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Second New Haven rally condemns Ferguson shooting

Sitting in a circle on the New Haven Green yesterday, a crowd of over 100 Yale students, city residents and out-of-towners raised their arms and fists in solidarity with Michael Brown, the 18 year-old African American male shot to death by a white police officer in Ferguson, Mo. on Aug. 9.

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Sexual Misconduct report shows 64 complaints, two expulsions

One year after the University's fourth biannual Report of Complaints of Sexual Misconduct received criticism from the Yale community for insufficiently punishing perpetrators of sexual assault, the latest report documents two expulsions related to sexual misconduct.

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Sexual misconduct report shows rise in reported assaults

Sixty-four complaints of sexual misconduct were brought to the University's attention between January 1 and June 30, according to the sixth publication of the biannual Report of Complaints of Sexual Misconduct.

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Blue Book now available online

More than two weeks after its expected appearance, the Yale College Program of Studies (YCPS) for the 2014-'15 academic year has been published online.

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Holloway: Blue Book to appear “soon”

The delay in the online publication of this year's Yale College course catalog has new and old students alike scratching their heads and shaking their fists.

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Harvard announces new sexual assault policies

Although the new policies are set to take effect in the fall, they have not yet been approved by the United States Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights.

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Garcia to step down

Assistant Dean of Yale College and Latino Cultural Center director Rosalinda Garcia will step down next month after 12 years at Yale.

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U-Haul: no evidence of truck defect in tailgate accident

Over two and a half years after a U-Haul truck crash at the 2011 Harvard-Yale tailgate lead to the death of one woman and the injury of another, U-Haul has issued a press release stating that no evidence of a truck defect has been found in relation to the accident.

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