Adam Levine
Staff Reporter
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First years to be housed both in the residential colleges and on Old Campus

Due to the large size of the class of 2025, Dean of Yale College Marvin Chun announced changes to housing for incoming first years and […]

Yale admits Class of 2025, record high applicant pool

The admissions cycle for the class of 2025 was unlike any Yale had seen before, with a test optional policy and an exceptionally large applicant […]

Across the world at Yale-NUS, mental health conversations continue

Across the world from and 12 hours ahead of New Haven, students at Yale-NUS have been advocating around mental health for years.  Those conversations have […]

Petition demands removal of Yale-NUS Governing Board chair over ties to Myanmar army

Thousands of people have called for Kay Kuok Oon Kwong to be removed because of her business ties to the Myanmar army, which has killed hundreds and injured thousands since taking power in the country in a February coup.

Foo, Maniates awarded 2021 Yale-NUS Teaching Award

Environmental studies professor Michael Maniates and literature and writing lecturer Carissa Foo were awarded the Yale-NUS Teaching Award, which recognizes faculty who challenge students, engage […]

Yale-NUS Dean of Faculty elected as Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research fellow

Yale-NUS Dean of Faculty Jeannette Ickovics was recently elected as a fellow of the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research.  The ABMR is an international network […]

Yale and Yale-NUS Roosevelt Network students prepare for hackathon with global policy conference

This weekend, members of the Roosevelt Institute at Yale and the Roosevelt Network at Yale-NUS convened for the first ever Global Policy Conference. The Roosevelt […]

‘Ship’ lets Yalies play matchmaker with peers

This Valentine’s Day, Yalies will have no shortage of options when it comes to looking for love. The creators of YPost, a messaging platform that […]

Judith Chang ’24 teaches, reflects and connects in Seoul

After classes ended in May, Judith Chang ’24 joined her family in Seoul, South Korea. While she had visited South Korea in the past, this […]

SOM students compete in virtual venture capital competition

On Friday, 20 Yale School of Management students will virtually participate in the school’s internal Venture Capital Investment Competition –– a daylong contest, in which […]

‘They just get me’: Remote first-year students find ways to connect with each other

After a few hours of training for her synchronized skating team, Joy Liow ’24 hops onto Zoom for her now-friend group’s nightly study halls, which […]