Despite last year’s extensive conversations about faculty diversity, few students attended Yale College Council’s first town hall on the topic.
Connecticut gun control advocates said they are disappointed but remain hopeful in the wake of Donald Trump’s upset victory.
Tarell Alvin McCraney DRA ’07 has been appointed the chair of the Department of Playwriting at the School of Drama for a three-year term effective July 1.
As winter snow begins to fall on the 596–598 George St. complex, Dwight Street residents await the future of one of their neighborhood’s architectural gems.
President-elect Donald Trump’s nomination of two Yale alums, Wilbur Ross ’59 and Steven Mnuchin ’85, to his cabinet drew mixed reactions from Yale faculty.
Rachel Treisman, David Yaffe-Bellany
After Yale’s trustees elected to keep the name of Calhoun College in the spring, the University faced heavy criticism from undergraduates.
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Chris Bracken, Masha Galay
Joey Kamm, Jane Miller
On one wall of the Brady Squash Center, a motto hangs: “The number nine player is as important as the number one player.” Integration is a core tenet of Coach Talbott’s philosophy. “There’s no separation,” he told me. “I don’t care. Within 24 hours, nobody knows you’re a walk-on.”
Jack and Sally offer an inside look at the vibrant culture and tradition of clowning, which was appropriated by the masked pranksters that haunted city streets and social media this fall.