Students raise funds for Kashmir
When the rains began falling on the Indian-Pakistani region of Kashmir on Sept. 2, relatives of Aaminah B’hat ’18 living in the area were warned about the danger of rising floodwaters. Her grandparents, as well as some of her aunts, uncles and cousins remained in their houses to ride out the storm. After days of »
Students convene to discuss Spring Fling
In response to the backlash that surrounded the performance of rapper Ja Rule at Spring Fling last April, the Yale College Council’s Spring Fling Committee decided to bring together students from across campus to discuss the selection of this year’s performers.
Cypriot minister hopes for reconciliation
Foreign Minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Ozdil Nami emphasized the need for reconciliation between the northern and southern regions of his country to a crowd of nearly 40 on Monday afternoon in Timothy Dwight College.
JE alumni return for reunion
This weekend marked Jonathan Edwards’s first college-wide reunion, which hosted events including a panel discussion, a PowerPoint presentation of the college through the years, a dinner in Commons and a swing dance.
Law professor calls for social change
Edgar Cahn LAW ’63 claimed that advances in technology, climate change and the aging of the baby boomer generation will generate a change in the law profession in a YLS talk.
From Senior Year to Silver Scholar
Many seniors have started working on job applications, but a few might be working on a business school app too. The Yale School of Management’s unique Silver Scholars program gets up to 200 applicants each year; every single one of those is from a college senior. We take a closer look at the program and »