Asha Prihar
Staff Reporter
Asha Prihar served as managing editor of the News during the 2019-20 academic year. Before that, she covered community service, Yale's professional schools and undergraduate student life as a staff reporter. She is a senior in Silliman College studying political science.
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CourseTable taken over by Computer Society

After a long search for a new group of CourseTable developers, founders Peter Xu ’14 and Harry Yu ’14 are transitioning control of the popular […]

Student aims to bring light to Native issues through newsletter

When Meghan Gupta ’21 became a Mount Vernon Leadership Fellow this summer, she wanted to work on a capstone project that would allow her to […]

Yalies eager to vote in Dem primary, favor Warren

As the Democratic presidential candidates gear up for their third debate, Massachusetts senator and former Harvard professor Elizabeth Warren has garnered the most support among […]

Residential colleges host events for sophomores

Last year, the Yale College Dean’s Office piloted a program that provided each residential college with funding to organize special sophomore-centered events. After last year’s […]

Package Center will temporarily double staff

At 4 p.m. Saturday, an employee at the Yale Student Package Receiving Center came outside to deliver some bad news to the students still queuing […]

Rumpus resurrects, controversy continues

Following a year of non-publication after staff backlash over jokes about sexual misconduct, the Yale Rumpus has returned — but not without controversy. The annual […]

First years weigh in on residential colleges

Class of 2023 unfazed by admissions scandal

Class of 2023: By the numbers

Conversation on minors continues

Will Yale College add academic minors? Decades later, the debate continues. Last fall, Dean of Yale College Marvin Chun charged the Committee on Majors to […]

Liberal Party votes to rebrand as Yale Socialists

The Liberal Party of the Yale Political Union voted unanimously on Aug. 25 to rename itself the Yale Socialist Party. Out of the party’s approximately […]