Everything we say is a draft, and it never comes out the way we want it to on our first try. I never believed that […]
March 11, 2023
On March 9, psychologist and author Jenny Wang visited Yale to give two talks on mental health and Asian identities, a lunch conversation at the AACC and then an evening one at 53 Wall St.
March 9, 2023
In a Q&A panel following his skit, queer and transgender Tamil-Sri Lankan-American comedian D’Lo opened up about how he uses the arts to advocate for the value of emotional vulnerability.
March 5, 2023
Drag queen Robin Fierce came to the Yale Law School on Tuesday evening for a children’s book reading and discussion with students about the current political animosity against drag culture.
March 2, 2023
A new proposal by the Graduate and Professional Students Senate is officially calling on Yale to grant Pennington a posthumous degree, as well as inducting him as a senator and displaying a portrait of him in Gryphon’s Pub.
February 24, 2023
Retaliation prohibition policies under Title IX can prevent University-funded student organizations from expelling students accused of sexual assault from their membership.
Campus student groups are joining together to restore a program that connects low-income students to faculty members from similar backgrounds.
February 17, 2023
The new Yale College housing process prevents students from posing requests for religious and cultural accommodations to their respective residential college deans or chaplain’s offices.
February 16, 2023
The 2023 South Asian Youth Initiative Conference, or SAYI, featured performances, panels, speeches and meals that celebrated South Asian identity and diversity.
February 14, 2023
A $10,000 Yale College Council grant for first generation, low income students covers extracurricular-related expenses not accommodated for by the University Safety Net program.
February 10, 2023
Emily Bernard gave a reading at Yale University on Wednesday evening, giving insight into some of her most vulnerable, personal pieces.