Returning head pantry workers take up new roles
Two former head pantry workers have decided to return to their residential college dining halls, though their assignments will be different from what they were prior to their original departure.
Bazelon encourages writing carefully, but daringly
Emily Bazelon ’93 LAW ’00 returned to her Yale roots on Thursday afternoon in a Pierson College Master’s Tea, sharing with current students lessons on the importance of creative writing in nonfiction fields.
Inspire Yale event draws hundreds
Hundreds of students from each of Yale’s graduate and professional schools sat in crowded Edward P. Evans Hall on Thursday as 16 professors showcased their research and fields of study.
First Yale-NUS cohort declares majors
By now, almost every member of Yale-NUS’s inaugural class has declared their major — and among four fields to choose from, the social sciences have been most favored.
Summer tour guide position still desirable
As thousands of Yalies leave New Haven over the summer to pursue internships and study abroad programs elsewhere, a few will remain behind to welcome the thousands more arriving to tour the University.
YPU debates rape adjudication
Roughly 120 students gathered in Linsly-Chittenden Hall on Tuesday evening to debate an issue that has captivated not only Yale’s campus but campuses across the country: Who should be adjudicating cases of sexual misconduct?