Get out and vote. If you are eligible to vote in today’s election, the News implores you to get out and vote. For Yale students registered in New Haven’s Ward 1, which encompasses much of campus, the polling location is the Hall of Records at 200 Orange St.
Suffragette “votes” posthumously. Although Susan B. Anthony died in 1906, many years before women gained the right to vote in 1920, modern supporters paid tribute to her this year by posting “I Voted” stickers on her grave in Rochester, N.Y.
Connecticut races. While Hillary Clinton LAW ’73 and Donald Trump have dominated national headlines, voters across the state are also choosing between incumbent U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal LAW ’73 and Republican nominee Dan Carter.
This day in Yale history 1993 The Yale College Council releases a report on cheating at the University. During the previous academic year, nine students faced Yale’s Executive Committee on cheating charges, and two were suspended.