Anastasiia Posnova
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First-gen alumni gather at Yale

Yale held its inaugural “Blazing the Trail: Being the First” conference over the weekend to explore the challenges faced by alumni from underserved and underrepresented […]

Alumni letter challenges Cosby degree

30 alumni signed a letter calling for Yale to reconsider the honorary degrees it awarded to comedian Bill Cosby and Swiss billionaire Stephan Schmidheiny.

Yalie receives Truman Scholarship

Makayla Haussler ’19 is among 59 students across the country who received the prestigious Truman Scholarship.

Yale announces inaugural Y-Work recipients

Yale has selected 10 students to receive the inaugural Y-Work Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Student Employees, Yale College Dean Marvin Chun announced on Tuesday. The […]

Hundreds attend Bulldog Saturday

Yale welcomed around 270 students and 420 parents and guardians on Saturday for its second-ever Bulldog Saturday event for admitted students. Bulldog Saturday is a […]

Independence, better food lure students off campus

Still, this year about 26.2 percent of juniors and 39.8 percent of seniors live in non-Yale housing, according to University data.

Students criticize mental health services

Out of a pool of 1,299 respondents, 315 students — or 24.25 percent — indicated that they used or tried to use Yale’s mental health services this year.

Students are happy at Yale, survey shows

According to a News survey distributed last month, more than two thirds of Yale students already feel happy at the University.

Yale Corp puts no-campaigning rule in writing

Every year, the University tells candidates in the Yale Corporation’s Alumni Fellow Election that they should not campaign for the position. But this year, for […]

Yale admits 6.31 percent of applicants

Yale College admitted 2,229 students from a record pool of 35,306 applicants to the class of 2022, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions said on Wednesday.

Harvard drops SAT, ACT essay

Harvard announced last week that it would no longer require students to submit scores from the optional essay sections of either the SAT or the […]