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FAS Senate releases report on parental policies

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences Senate released a report Thursday about faculty parental policies to FAS professors, highlighting ambiguities within existent guidelines. The senate, which voted to approve the dissemination of the report to all faculty members at its March 10 meeting, had turned its attention to the issue […]

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Historians discuss 14th amendment

Five of America’s most prominent constitutional and reconstruction historians gathered yesterday evening in Linsly-Chittenden Hall to discuss “Equal Protection: Origins and Legacies of the 14th Amendment,” during which each speaker meditated on the history surrounding the passage of the 14th Amendment and its importance for modern issues surrounding judicial policies […]

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Uncommon permanently closes for Schwarzman Center

Uncommon — Yale Hospitality’s small health- and wellness-oriented retail outlet located just left of the entrance to Commons — permanently closed over spring break after five-and-a-half years in operation. According to Yale Hospitality’s Director of Auxiliary and Catering Operations Adam Millman, the closure comes in preparation for this summer’s transformation […]

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Women’s tennis takes to the road against Brown, Yale

Princeton women’s tennis (9-7 overall, 1-0 Ivy League) has caught fire as of late with wins over the University of Houston, Rice University and Penn. The run earns them the No. 59 spot on ITA’s Division I rankings. This weekend the Tigers will put the streak to the test against […]

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