Africa Week zooms in on culture, new possibilities
This past week, the Yale African Students’ Association (YASA) hosted its annual Africa Week — six days of speakers, movie screenings and cultural shows on campus to celebrate a lesser-known face of the world’s second-largest continent. The theme of Africa Week this year was “Africa 360: A Panoramic Perspective of the Continent.” The week — »
British polician talks urban issues
Yale students should consider their worldly responsibilities, rather than focusing solely on their own rights, according to British politician David Lammy. Lammy — a member of Parliament who serves Tottenham, one of the most ethnically diverse constituencies in Europe — spoke at an Ezra Stiles Master’s Tea on Saturday afternoon. Before an audience of roughly »
University can access student emails
Yale students’ email accounts are subject to search without consent or notification by the University, as outlined in a publicly available but little-publicized document.
New extracurriculars flourish at Yale-NUS
Though student organizations at Yale-NUS cannot formally register until next semester, the Singaporean campus is already swarming with unofficial groups.
Yalies launch Spanish-language magazine
A new Yale literary magazine that is dedicated to the publication of Spanish-language prose and poetry is slated to publish its first-ever issue in early December.