Yale-NUS hosts first Model ASEAN Conference
One year after Yale-NUS opened its doors, the college’s International Relations and Political Association hosted its first Model Association of Southeast Asian Nations Conference last weekend. From Aug. 22 to 24, over 150 students from around Southeast Asia gathered at Yale-NUS in Singapore to simulate summit meetings of the actual ASEAN, a political and economic »
Law students launch admissions prep company
When Noah Greenfield LAW ’16 and Joel Butterly LAW ’16 sat next to one another at their law school orientation in the fall of 2012, neither expected to leave the lecture hall with a newly hatched business plan for an admissions prep company.
YCC | Sara Miller ’16, president
Sara Miller ’16 looks to the YCC presidency as a role that can make the council more accessible to the student body.
LabCandy attracts girls to sciences
LabCandy, started by Olivia Pavco-Giaccia ’16 with help from a YEI fellowship, seeks to encourage young girls to study science by creating fashionable lab gear and challenging stereotypes.
JE Room Service expands
JE Room Service — a student-run baking company that delivers pastries on Saturday mornings — is now expanding to other colleges.
Yale education startup expands
Several Yale alumni will use data analytics to improve teaching and learning in Massachusetts public schools.
McCullough talks history writing
Writer, narrator and historian, David McCullough ’55 spoke to students about his days as a Yale undergraduate and his interest in history.