WKND Take 2: Yalies Show their Bulldog Spirit
By Katelynn Kyker, Harrison Tracy This weekend will surely be another interesting chapter in the saga that is the Yale-Harvard rivalry. Both men’s hockey and men’s basketball are hosting Harvard and are set to square off in games that will have title implications. This week, reporters Katelynn Kyker and Harrison Tracy found out how Yalies »
Unsung Heroes of Blizzard Juno
While most Yalies stayed home during Tuesday’s snow day, some came together to help the community make a speedy recovery from the snow. This week we heard a few of their stories. We go to Nicole Daly, Herbert Gilman and Peter Chung for more.
In a Minute: Yale Financial Aid
Campus conversation has been centered on the YCC’s recent proposal to reform financial aid. To add to that conversation, we decided to give you a quick crash course on the state of Yale’s financial aid, through time and across the ivies.
Life in Theater After Yale
While some students are grabbing suits and ties for their finance interviews, another group of Yalies is getting ready for a different type of career: a life on or behind the stage. This week, Yale OCS and the Yale Drama Coalition collaborate to host a “Life in the Theater” workshop. The event brings together professionals »
Everybody Has a Story with Professor Crystal Feimster
In this episode of Everybody Has a Story, Cody Pomeranz sits down with Yale historian and African-American Studies Professor Crystal Feimster to discuss Ferguson and Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, teaching the civil rights narrative and MLK Jr.’s place in it, “white alliance,” student activism and more.