THAKER: Missing from our Bluebook
There is only one professor on the Yale faculty whose core research focuses on Asian American Studies. In most academic years, there is only one Asian American Studies course offered at Yale.
MEI: Keep a healthy mind
Mental health should be on everyone’s minds all of the time. It should not be just another issue that flares up after campus-wide tragedies or debates on withdrawal and therapy.
DEMPSEY: Moving mental health forward
While the vast majority of law students who experienced mental health challenges during law school considered seeking treatment, only about half of the respondents did so.
TILTON: Care beyond the College
It was with both interest and dismay that we learned about today’s announcement to changes in MH&C, which the University notably did not share with graduate and professional students.
DONG: Cause for concern
For Chinese students, there should be a degree of concern as we think about home, even on occasions such as the Lunar New Year holiday.
HEDIN: Trading time for cards
Deciding to devote a couple of hours to a game with friends is like saying “you’re important, you matter and I would rather spend time with you than do my reading for class tomorrow.”
WANG: Navigating cultural identity
Attention and financial support from Yale can improve at least the physical appearance and accessibility of the AACC and other centers.