Students take stand against sexual violence

On Friday afternoon, over 100 members of the Yale community gathered on Cross Campus to take a stance against sexual violence.

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Society lands on Chapel Street

Four years after its revival as a student group on campus, the Desmos senior society has acquired a house for future meetings and other functions.

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UP CLOSE | How many is too many?

The number of student organizations at Yale has swelled dramatically over the years, and groups increasingly find themselves competing for space, funding and student interest.

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Meeske to step down

John Meeske ’74, associate dean for student organizations and physical resources, will step down from his post this summer.

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Bill could require anti-harassment policies

Under a bill introduced in Congress Thursday, colleges and universities would be required to enact anti-harassment policies for the first time.

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YCC proposes changes to withdrawal policy

The Yale College Council announced another step forward in the process to reform mental health procedures yesterday.

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Dean’s Office to consider expanding mixed gender housing

Next year's sophomores will not be allowed to live in mixed gender housing (MGH). But the policy may change by the 2015-'16 academic year.

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Yale to host first-ever Asian alumni reunion

To commemorate the 160th anniversary of the graduation of Yale’s first Asian student, the University is hosting its first-ever Yale Asian Alumni Reunion.

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Deans Search Advisory Committee seeks student input

The email mentions three different ways for students to voice their opinions on candidates to the Committee in the upcoming weeks.

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SAE eliminates pledging and initiation nationally

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, one of the nation’s largest fraternities, has eliminated the pledging and initiation processes for new members.

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SAE eliminates pledging and initiation nationally

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, which is one of the nation's largest fraternities, has eliminated the pledging and initiation processes for its new members.

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