Hundreds lie down on Wall St. to protest Brown, Garner decisions
For four and a half minutes Friday afternoon, more than 750 students, professors and members of the Yale and New Haven communities lay on Wall Street in protest of recent announcements not to indict the police officers who killed Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
For some Yalies, immigration reform hits home
When President Barack Obama announced his executive actions on immigration on Nov. 20, Juan Carlos Cerda ’15 received a call from his father, who asked him what the changes would mean for their family.
Philosophy rises in rankings
While national rankings say that Yale’s Philosophy Department is on the rise, some faculty and students question whether these evaluations are at all credible.