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Students host Inaugural Pasifika Fest at Yale

The Indigenous Peoples of Oceania group at Yale held the inaugural festival at Steep Café over the weekend.

The Yalie Ep 23: Inside Yale’s presidential search

In this episode, Andre Fa’aoso ’27 is joined by Yale College Council (YCC) President Julian Suh-Toma ’25 to discuss the role of students in the […]

‘Ordinary people doing extraordinary things’: Ukrainian philosopher and journalist shares insights on Russia’s war in Ukraine

Volodymyr Yemorelenko visited Yale last week ahead of the second anniversary of the full-scale Russian invasion in Ukraine.

Economics, political science classes see highest enrollments in spring 2024

The three classes with the highest enrollment this semester — Introductory Macroeconomics, Bioethics and Law and Intermediate Macroeconomics — have drawn hundreds of students.

Lā Kūʻokoʻa: Native Hawaiian Students organize week of events celebrating Hawaiian culture and independence

Members of the recently founded Indigenous Peoples of Oceania organization held Lā Kūʻokoʻa — Hawai'ian Independence Day — celebrations throughout the week.

Yalies celebrate the Hindu Festival of Lights

Hundreds of Yale students gathered on Nov. 12 to celebrate the Hindu holiday Diwali in a community puja hosted at the Omni Hotel.

‘To be upstanders’: Holocaust survivor’s message to Yalies

Holocaust survivor Sami Steigmann spoke about finding his voice and overcoming hate last Thursday at an event hosted by Yale’s new Moderate Party.

“We need this space”: Yalies establish Generational African American Student Association

The new association, called GAASA, aims to create space specifically for African American students descended from people who were enslaved.