U.S.-China forum seeks to build bilateral relations
On Sunday, the third Yale U.S.-China Forum — a series of keynote speeches and panel discussions on legal, economic and environmental issues that the U.S. and China share — drew over 200 people to the Yale School of Management.
English ’17 elected YCC president
With 68.25 percent of the student vote, Joe English ’17 cruised to victory in this year’s Yale College Council presidential election.
With sit-in, FFY raises the stakes
In its most confrontational act against the administration yet, Fossil Free Yale made the question of divestment impossible to ignore.
Panter-Brick named Morse master
On Thursday evening, University President Peter Salovey announced that anthropology professor Catherine Panter-Brick will serve as the next master of Morse College.
Former YCEI director faces sexual misconduct allegations
On March 21, Rajendra Pachauri, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, international climate change figure and founding director of the Yale Climate and Energy Institute, was granted anticipatory bail after a sexual harassment claim was brought against him this winter.
GESO protest tactics fall short
On Thursday afternoon, roughly 50 members of the Graduate Employees and Students Organization — the unrecognized graduate student union — found themselves engaged in a familiar occupation: protesting.
“Lux” exhibition to light up Beinecke
A wealth of knowledge lies cloistered inside the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library’s marble walls. But for the next three nights, some of Yale’s most novel ideas will be brought to the library’s surface.
Students recount first day of voting
Unlike last year’s Yale College Council elections — which were darkened by allegations and accusations against each of the four presidential candidates — the 2015 election season for YCC president has remained positive and uneventful.
Two years in, Yale-NUS sets itself apart
Now in its second year, Yale-NUS is the only independent college bearing Yale’s imprint. It was founded with the guiding principle of bringing the liberal arts to Asia.