Month: June 2017

La Casa, AACC assistant directors named

Carolina Davila and Sheraz Iqbal have been appointed assistant directors of La Casa Cultural and the Asian American Cultural Center, respectively, Associate Vice President for Student Life Burgwell Howard announced in a Thursday email to colleagues in the Yale College Dean’s Office. Davila, who comes to Yale after having served […]

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Yale files petition against Connecticut over state bathroom codes

After a futile semester-long legal battle to change Connecticut building codes, Yale has filed an appeal in the state Supreme Court in the hopes of adding more gender-neutral bathrooms to Yale Law School. The petition came after the state twice denied the University’s request to count gender-neutral bathrooms towards the […]

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Dan Loeb of Third Point Purchase’s Stake in Nestle

Third Point’s Dan Loeb is making waves again by acquiring a stake in Swiss transnational food and drink company Nestle. This move is worth approximately $3.5 billion, and quite possibly the biggest move in Third Point’s history. Loeb most recently spoke out about the Dow-Dupont merger back in May. The move […]

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Yale Corporation discusses academic planning, capital campaign

The Yale Corporation discussed academic planning at its meeting earlier this month, continuing a long-term process that promises to be one of the central themes of the next few years on campus, University President Peter Salovey told the News on Friday. The Corporation also approved Yale’s annual operating budget and […]

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Angela Gleason named new dean of Morse

History lecturer, assistant director of the Center for Language Study and deputy Title IX Coordinator Angela Gleason will serve as the next dean of Morse College, incoming and outgoing Yale College Deans Marvin Chun and Jonathan Holloway announced in an email to the residential college Thursday morning. Gleason was selected […]

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