Bess Hinson
Hashemi’s experience is asset to University

All societies must remain both continuous and open in order to allow change to manifest in positive ways. Rahmatullah Hashemi ’09 represents a changing Afghani […]

Reclaiming Christianity from the Christian right

On the train ride back to Yale from Boston in the morning hours of Nov. 3, 2004, my best friend looked at me through eyes […]

Lo ’05 e-mails Levin to criticize threat’s handling

Eleven months after several students entered the suite of Katherine Lo ’05 and left a message threatening Muslims on her door, Lo sent an e-mail […]

Connections to expand

Cultural Connections, a student pre-orientation program known for building community among minority students, will admit non-minority students beginning next year, Yale College Dean Richard Brodhead […]

S. Asian studies garner attention

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Student members of the South Asian Society and faculty members of the Yale […]

Minority advisors are picked

Yale President Richard Levin announced the members of the recently reinstated Minority Advisory Committee (MAC) yesterday in an e-mail to Yale students, faculty and staff. […]

Frat focuses on ‘getting word out’

Students identify many of Yale’s fraternities with specific sports teams. But instead of bonding on the field, brothers of AEPi are united by their Hebrew […]

Reps flock to largest MUN ever

Yale International Relations Association members this weekend hosted the largest Model United Nations conference ever hosted at Yale. High school delegates represented ambassadors from specific […]

Dining halls spur hiring concerns

Students and Yale dining hall employees said Wednesday that recent conflicts between dining hall workers in front of students have heightened their concerns about University […]

Students criticize MAC selection

Concerned Black Students at Yale called for the reinstatement of the Minority Advisory Committee last spring, but some members said Monday that recently chosen representatives […]

Students celebrate King Day, diversity

Students observed Martin Luther King, Jr. Day this weekend with four days of community service projects, activities ranging from readings of King’s speeches to artistic […]