Brittany Smith
Staff Reporter
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SHARE celebrates 10th anniversary

This October marks the 10th anniversary of the Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education Center.

Montague seeks reinstatement

On Sunday afternoon, attorneys for former men’s basketball captain Jack Montague filed a motion for a preliminary injunction to request that the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut reinstate Montague as a student at Yale in order to complete his degree.

Ken Yanagisawa
Colonel criticizes American military involvement in Middle East

In his argument, Bacevich said that people are asking the wrong questions about American military involvement in the Middle East. The American public, Bacevich argued, are too concerned with the threat of the Islamic State and do not think broadly about the region and the United States’ presence there.

Dwight Hall launches social innovation lab

After only a few months on campus, Dwight Hall’s new Social Innovation Lab is seeing a steady increase in student involvement, and the lab’s directors expect more involvement once applications for the lab open next semester.

YCC budget shows rise in Spring Fling costs

This year, YCC revenue consists of last year’s $42,783 surplus, a $40,000 grant for Spring Fling and funding through the Student Activities Fee amounting to $297,375. In sum, the budget is approximately $20,000 larger than it was last year. Spring Fling alone takes up about 78 percent of the total budget.

Rachel An
YCC approves New Ideas Fund

The New Ideas Fund was proposed last month by Pierson YCC Representative Julia Feldstein ’18 and YCC Student Life Policy Director Nick Zevallos ’19 and has already been added to the YCC’s budget for this academic year with $6,600 in funding. The fund’s central aim is to provide an avenue for students to present and possibly receive funding to develop their ideas.

Kaifeng Wu
YCC new position bridges gaps

The Yale College Council created a new executive board position this fall to improve its student outreach within — and outside of — Yale. The […]

Freshmen-in-Service program to expand

Dwight Hall will expand its Freshmen-in-Service Program to accommodate more students next year after a sharp increase in demand for spots this fall. FISP is […]

YCC focuses on student engagement

This year, the Yale College Council is putting mental health concerns, the lack of faculty diversity and the accessibility of the council at the forefront of its policy work.

Yale Republicans stand with Trump

The Yale College Republicans said they will continue to endorse the GOP presidential nominee, even as dozens of Republicans across the nation disavow his candidacy.

Clinton advisor talks election, women’s issues

Jennifer Klein, advisor on women’s issues to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton LAW ’73, discussed how these issues are at stake in the current presidential […]