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Students criticize University investments at teach-in

Yale’s Linsly-Chittenden Hall 102 was filled to the brim Saturday afternoon, as students took the stage one-by-one to criticize Yale’s investments in areas ranging from the fossil fuel industry to the debts of distressed government.

Yale stands by Cosby degree

The University of Pennsylvania on Thursday joined the list of schools that have revoked honorary doctorates granted to the disgraced comedian Bill Cosby, who has been accused of sexual assault by more than 50 women. But despite Penn’s decision, Yale has no plans to rescind the honorary degree it presented to Cosby in 2003, according to University Secretary and Vice President for Student Life Kimberly Goff-Crews.

West decries elitism in lecture

Harvard professor Cornel West criticized the elitism of contemporary discussions about race and addressed the importance of recognizing that classism and racism operate in tandem in an address at the Black History Month Keynote Lecture on Sunday.

More like “Psychology and the Stressed Life”

Last week, psychology professor Laurie Santos joked about giving students D’s during a meeting of “Psychology and the Good Life." Much to her surprise, later that day Santos received multiple emails and phone calls from concerned parents, students and college deans.

OPINION | WANG: Groupthink grousings

"Students overstretch themselves by taking on multiple responsibilities across several clubs, seemingly unable to say no to additional commitments that stress and exhaust them in an effort to obtain either more social capital or another line on a resume. Too often, they do it because the entire school is swimming in the same direction."

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs fall to Ivy powerhouses

The Bulldogs (9–13, 2–4 Ivy) suffered two tough losses on the road to Princeton (11–9, 3–2) and Penn (15–6, 5–0), and the coaches of both winning teams struggled to explain the outcome. This hazy but unmistakable barrier between Yale and its top Ivy League peers — a separation between teams that can win and teams that do win — made the 0–2 weekend all the more frustrating for the Elis, who fell to a tie for sixth place in the conference.
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