For Kaylin Mahal Smith ’25 and other contestants at last week’s National American Miss National Competition, the stage was a place of love, personal growth and inspiring stories.
November 30, 2022
Affiliates at the Yale School of Public Health and political science department discuss whether the COVID-19 pandemic is truly over.
November 29, 2022
On Nov. 15, Rebecca Nagle, journalist and creator of the podcast “This Land,” spoke at a Pierson College tea about the ongoing threat to the Indian Child Welfare Act and media representations of Indigenous narratives.
November 18, 2022
Thanksgiving break meal vouchers will no longer be provided for students on financial aid who are staying on campus.
Sunni Parisien ’25 is recharting the way media organizations approach Indigenous stories by centralizing diversity, imagination and changemaking.
November 16, 2022
University President Peter Salovey condemned the Iranian government crackdowns on Nov. 9 in light of ongoing protests and heavy outcry from students and faculty.
A new YFAM program launched on Oct. 9 lends out calculators to students in need, aiming to decrease academic costs that students often describe as burdensome — a problem particularly acute in STEM courses.
Current Health Services and Insurance Plans Available to Students at Yale Health
November 15, 2022
The Yale College Council’s push for free laundry comes against the backdrop of heightened student concerns over the cleanliness and accessibility of campus laundry rooms.
November 14, 2022
The Change Talks series introduces students to key figures in the modern civil rights movement while giving them the opportunity to jumpstart their own activism stories.
November 8, 2022
The celebration on Oct. 28 marked a milestone in the group’s journey towards a more established campus presence. Students say they will continue to advocate for a larger space.
November 6, 2022