QuinceYALEa celebrates Latino culture
Erica Yurvati ’15 is 21 years old. But this weekend, for the purposes of tradition and celebration, she stepped into the shoes of a 15-year-old quinceañera.
Dinners discuss sexual misconduct
This month, dinner table discussions are not shying away from one of the most controversial topics at Yale this year: sexual misconduct.
Kaleidoscope to be replaced
For the first time since 2007, Kaleidoscope will not be one of the events for incoming freshmen in the first week of fall semester.
YIRA email sparks controversy
In a Tuesday night email to several hundred active members of the Yale International Relations Association (YIRA), the organization’s executive board alleged its former president misallocated YIRA funds.
Sexual misconduct report released
Yale’s fifth semi-annual report of sexual misconduct complaints contains the highest number of complaints ever disclosed in the report since it was first issued in 2011.
YCC overhauls constitution
After months of brainstorming and deliberations, the Yale College Council has a new constitution.
CCEs advocate healthier screw
To deal with the range of often-confused expectations students bring to screws, the CCEs have offered alternative spaces and activities for students to practice open communication with their partners at screws this year.
Goff-Crews, a voice for students
Goff-Crews’s behind-the-scenes work on undergraduate and graduate student policy has affected student life all across campus.
For Chinese Yalies, smooth transition
In China, a recent media firestorm led to public questioning of the increasing exodus of Chinese students to American universities. Students at Yale, however, told a different story.
YCC recommends open data
The recommended that the administration loosen restrictions governing University data and increase transparency concerning policies.