University | 12:52 pm | April 14, 2012 | By Madeline McMahon

Election results contested

The results of Yale College Council presidential election are currently being contested, according to the YCC Elections Committee. John Gonzalez ’14 was declared the winner Friday night, taking 39.79 percent of the vote. Eric Eliasson ’14 came in second, with 30.73 percent of the vote. According to an elections packet distributed to candidates, a race »

University | 10:06 pm | April 13, 2012 | By Madeline McMahon

Gonzalez ’14 elected YCC president

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John Gonzalez ’14 won a three-way race for Yale College Council president on Friday, edging out Cristo Liautaud ’14 and Eric Eliasson ’14 to become Yale’s student government leader for the 2012-’13 academic year. Reached Friday evening after learning the results, Gonzalez said he feels “so very blessed” about his victory, and said he dedicates »

University | 3:55 pm | April 7, 2012 | By Madeline McMahon

YCC elections get underway this week

Yale College Council elections are coming this week.

Facebook profile pictures across campus are about to change as students prepare to head to the polls in advance of this year’s Yale College Council elections. Here are the candidates: President Cristo Liautaud ’14 John Gonzalez ’14 Eric Eliasson ’14 Vice President Debby Abramov ’14 Daryl Hok ’14 Secretary Kyle Tramonte ’15 Leandro Leviste ’15 »

University | 6:04 pm | March 19, 2012 | By Madeline McMahon

Summer storage expands to include lamps

Students can now store one lamp, perhaps a lamp similar to the famous Pixar lamp, on campus over the summer.

In a Monday email, the Yale College Council announced that summer storage regulations have been amended to include one lamp per student. Last fall, administrators announced tighter storage restrictions that allowed students to store one couch per suite and one chair per student. After negotiating with the YCC, administrators revised the rules to include one »

Culture | 5:53 pm | January 17, 2012 | By Andrew Giambrone

YCC offers backstage pass for best logo design

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Remember last year’s Spring Fling? Remember when Third Eye Blind played “Jumper,” or when Lupe Fiasco kicked off (or, at least, contributed to) a campuswide push against investment banking? You don’t? Regardless, here’s some good news: the Yale College Council is offering a backstage pass to Spring Fling 2012 for the student who designs the »