Grad Sues Yale, Says Rights Violated Because He's MaleA Yale University graduate has sued the Ivy League school, saying university officials reprimanded him when he mentioned rape in a philosophy paper.
Yale Students Say They Can Prevent Hangovers With SupplementTwo Yale University students say they have created a supplement that prevents hangovers.
Chemical Found In Yale Med School Coffee MachineFour people became ill February 28
Several Fall Ill At Yale, Officials Probe Coffee MakerSeveral people were hospitalized after falling ill at Yale University's graduate medical school in New Haven, and officials say they're looking into whether a coffee maker is to blame.
New Yale Law Dean Stresses Standing Up For Rule Of LawAs the next dean of Yale Law School, Heather Gerken says a key challenge will be figuring how best to stand up for the rule of law.
Former Secretary Of State To Return To YaleJohn Kerry will oversee a new program addressing global challenges through teaching and research
Four Arrests In Anti-John C. Calhoun ProtestFour people were arrested in a rally calling on Yale officials to rename Calhoun College, which is named after a pro-slavery vice president and senator from the nineteenth Century.
NLRB Orders Union Elections For Yale Graduate StudentsThe National Labor Relations Board has granted petitions for graduate students in nine departments at Yale University to vote on whether they want union representation.
Yale Considers Needle Exchange Yale University is planning to take over the city of New Haven's drug needle exchange program, which was among the first in the country and became a national model for reducing HIV transmission.
Yale Committee Recommends Standards For College Name ChangeYale University's president has appointed a panel to consider whether to rename a residential college named for an ardent supporter of slavery.
Yale Introduces New Mascot, Handsome Dan XVIII Yale University has introduced its new mascot, just in time for Saturday's rivalry football game with Harvard.
Former Yale Captain Seeks Injunction, Return To SchoolLawyers for former Yale basketball captain Jack Montague are seeking an injunction that would allow him to return to class while he fights his expulsion for what the university says was sexual misconduct.

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