Hundreds gather in support of Yale student’s detained father

Hundreds gathered Tuesday evening on Cross Campus to demand the release of Melecio Andazola Morales, a Colorado resident detained for deportation and the father of Viviana Andazola Marquez ’18.

Pierson dean June Chu leaves position after Yelp scandal

Dean of Pierson College June Chu has left her position, head of Pierson College Stephen Davis announced in a Tuesday morning email to Pierson students. Chu was placed on leave in May after screenshots circulated of offensive reviews she posted on her personal Yelp account.

Marvin Chun named Yale College dean

Psychology and neuroscience professor Marvin Chun will serve as the next dean of Yale College.

Man critically injured in second shooting of the day

A man was shot and critically injured on County Street between Whalley Avenue and Goffe Street around 5 p.m. Friday evening.

Committee to Establish Principles on Renaming releases report

The 24-page report calls on Yale administrators to consider multiple layers of historical context as they determine whether the legacies of controversial namesakes like John C. Calhoun, class of 1804, justify renaming campus buildings.

Yale College Dean Jonathan Holloway to step down

Yale College Dean Jonathan Holloway — the first African-American to hold the position — announced in an email Monday afternoon that he will step down this June. He will serve as the provost of Northwestern University starting July 1.

With new committee, “any outcome is possible” for Calhoun, Salovey says

Three months after the University announced that it would retain the the namesake of Calhoun College, the future of the name is again uncertain.

Calhoun, Murray & Franklin: Community condemns decisions

The University will retain the name of Calhoun College but replace the title of residential college master with “head of college.”

Endowment, besting peers, rises to all-time high

Though well below its 20 percent return for fiscal 2014, the Yale endowment’s 11.5 percent growth in 2015 has once again placed it among the top tier of institutional investors.

Eidelson victorious in Ward 1 Democratic Primary

Sarah Eidelson ’12 on Wednesday beat back a primary challenge from Fish Stark ’17, overcoming the most significant hurdle toward another term as Ward 1 alder.

Tyler Carlisle ’15 stabs classmate before jumping to his death, reports say

Police are investigating the stabbing of a Yale student and the probable suicide of the alleged attacker, also a Yale student.