A cappella rush numbers fall
With a cappella rush now in full swing, groups have noticed a drop in interest and participation compared to years past.
OCS eases course shopping woes
As the frenzy of shopping period continues, the Yale College Registrar’s Office has issued a series of requests regarding the Online Course Selection system.
Yale welcomes diverse freshman class
In addition to representing all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Guam, the freshman class includes students from 56 foreign countries — more than ever before.
Student activity fee raise stalled
The Student Activities Fee — an annual amount paid by students that helps fund the budgets for campus groups — is long overdue for change, according to many members of the Yale College Council.
Renovated nave open to campus
After three years of planning, restoration and construction, the nave of Sterling Memorial Library has been revitalized.
Teaching and learning center launches
In a Thursday campuswide email, University Provost Benjamin Polak announced the launch of the Yale Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL).