DOJ challenges affirmative action in a lawsuit alleging Yale discriminates against white, Asian American applicants
Hot on the heels of three similar lawsuits, the Department of Justice announced on Oct. 8 a lawsuit against Yale University, alleging illegal discrimination on the grounds of race and national origin during the admissions process. The DOJ found the university in violation of Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, and national origin....
Barnard students express financial and logistical concerns over quarantining off campus before move-in
Barnard students from hot spot U.S. states and territories must make their own arrangements to quarantine for two weeks before arriving on campus, according to an Aug. 3 email sent by Provost Linda Bell and Dean of the College Leslie Grinage. This leaves students from 34 states and Puerto Rico with two weeks to find alternative housing options to abide by the New York travel advisory....
Incoming out-of-state students express financial and logistical concerns over New York quarantine advisory
Phillip Le, CC ’24, is moving across the country for the first time without his family, but he does not know when to book his ticket from Lawndale, California to New York City....