YCC | Rohan Goswani ’15, secretary

When Rohan Goswami ’15 receives a text, friends say it is not long before he replies with advice or suggestions. His communication skills and accessibility are what supporters feel make him the ideal candidate for secretary of the Yale College Council.

University

Salovey addresses financial aid, online education

President-elect Peter Salovey offered a sounding board for student concerns at the Yale College Council Open Forum Monday night.

University

Senior Class Gift falls slightly

After three weeks of high-energy participation challenges and events, the Senior Class Gift campaign concluded Wednesday with contributions from 96.1 percent of the class of 2013.

University

Slifka adapts to financial challenges

The Slifka Center has begun to implement a series of structural changes intended to address the organization’s financial challenges.

University

With 32 more votes, Kreiss-Tomkins ’12 claims victory in Alaska

After a drawn-out recount process and a margin of victory of just 32 votes, Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins ’12 won a seat in the Alaska State House of Representatives today, nearly a month after the Nov. 6 election. The final tabulation, which was already delayed three weeks as election officials counted absentee ballots, came after Republican Bill Thomas […]

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Grand Strategy launches simulation website, lives in virtual reality

President Barack Obama’s weekly YouTube addresses are so 2011. There’s a new administration on campus: Yale’s “Studies in Grand Strategy” class. Students and administrators in the course recently launched a simulation website that provides a press room, gallery and vision for the administration composed of “Grand Strategy” course members, who simulate members of the presidential cabinet and […]

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Kreiss-Tomkins ’12 faces recount

While his contentious Alaskan State House campaign resulted in a narrow victory, Democrat Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins ’12 will face a recount on Monday to hold onto his new title.

City

Student technology harnesses turbine data

As the blades of the wind turbine, perched at the top of Kenya’s Mount Ekialo Kiona, began to turn, Joseph Belter GRD ’15 watched hours of lab work whir to life.

Sci-Tech

Roammeo expands to Boston area

Roughly a year and a half after its founding in New Haven, Roammeo is spreading to new cities.

City