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ANALYSIS: Admins downplay student role implementation

In November, University administrators moved quickly to keep up with student protestors. Next Yale, a student activist group, demanded a more inclusive and diverse campus, even marching on University President Peter Salovey’s house, and Salovey responded in less than two weeks with a set of initiatives as part of progressing […]

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Harvard sees new pass-fail policies

The Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences voted Tuesday to approve an overhaul of the college’s General Education requirements that will allow students to fulfill as many as half the requirements pass-fail. The new system will require Harvard students to take four courses in an updated set of General Education […]

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Staff members seek greater inclusion

After a Feb. 22 town hall meeting about the diversity of Yale’s staff, employees and administrators continue to debate the degree to which the University promotes an inclusive workplace. At the town hall, which was hosted by administrators including Deputy Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity Richard Bribiescas, Director of […]

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MacMillan to guarantee grad fellowships

The MacMillan Center, a research center for international affairs, will beginning this summer guarantee fellowships to all eligible Ph.D. students in the humanities and social sciences and raise the cap on those fellowships from $15,000 to $18,000. MacMillan Center Director Ian Shapiro GRD ’83 LAW ’87 made the announcement in […]

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Vigil commemorates three Fort Wayne murders

The faint sound of cars rushing down Elm Street could be heard in the distance, but amidst the sea of faces and flickering candles gathered around the Women’s Table, silence gently enveloped students who huddled in the cold on Tuesday night. “Peace be with you,” University Chaplain Sharon Kugler eventually […]

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