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Yale to investigate DKE allegations

This is a breaking story. Please check in for updates.  Yale Deputy Title IX Coordinator Jason Killheffer will conduct a review of “recent concerns brought forward alleging a hostile sexual environment” at the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, Dean of Yale College Marvin Chun announced in a Thursday afternoon email. The […]

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Radio to resume operations

Yale’s student-run online radio station, WYBCx — which temporarily suspended operations earlier this week amid concerns that the station was violating licensing laws — has resolved its legal concerns and will resume activity on Thursday at noon. In a Wednesday email to the Yale Radio community, WYBCx general manager Emma […]

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Salovey: Eliminating student effort not a priority

Over the next year, Yale plans to formulate marketable goals for its next major fundraising push. But even with a potentially multibillion dollar budget, the University is unlikely to make eliminating the student effort portion of financial aid a priority of its upcoming capital campaign. Since 2012, the activist group […]

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Greek organizations see increased interest

With Yale’s largest-ever first-year class rushing fraternities and sororities this past month, many Greek organizations have seen greater interest in membership this year. Several fraternities boast larger than usual pledge classes, and the number of women who registered for sorority rush also peaked this year. Fence Club, Yale’s only coed […]

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Alum’s novel foresaw electoral interference

In the summer of 2016, David Pepper ’93 LAW ’99, the current chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party and a former managing editor for the News, published “The People’s House,” a work of fiction detailing vulnerabilities in the American political system — including partisanship, gerrymandering and dark money — that […]

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