Wesley Yiin
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Graduate speaks out about her rape experience

Challenging Washington Post columnist George Will's recent claim that victimhood in college is a "coveted status," Amanda Ruggeri '07 went public with the story of her rape for the first time.

Network to advocate for improved sexual assault response

Although organizers said the network is not capping numbers and is looking to expand to more alumni bases, most of the schools represented so far are highly selective Eastern colleges.

YCC announces academic policy changes

Faculty members have voted to adopt three academic policy changes that were proposed by the Yale College Council, according to a Tuesday YCC email.

New medical emergency policy emphasizes education

A new medical emergency policy emphasizes public health, training and education over disciplinary action.

DOE names 55 colleges under Title IX investigation

The list of colleges includes Dartmouth College, Princeton University, the University of Connecticut and both Harvard College and Law School.

White house task force releases report on sexual assault

In a section entitled "Why We Need to Act," the report states that one in five women are sexually assaulted in college, more often than not by someone they know.

White House task force on sexual assault to release guidelines

Tomorrow, the White House task force on sexual assault is expected to release guidelines for colleges and universities to more aggressively confront and reduce the number of sexual assaults on college campuses.


“Are you feeling okay?” My friend keeps asking me this question. We are with our teacher and seven of the other students in the class […]

After YIRA email, charges dropped

Former YIRA president Liburd received notice from the Executive Committee, Yale’s disciplinary body, that the charges against her had been withdrawn.

Ja Rule to play Spring Fling

Rapper Ja Rule will replace Chance the Rapper in Saturday's Spring Fling lineup.

Incident draws attention to drug use

In the wake of a March incident at Durfee Hall, the University is attempting to stymie the growing problem of hard drug use on campus.