Caroline Chen
Staff Reporter
Caroline Chen covers Dwight Hall and community service. She is a first year in Silliman College majoring in English.
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Yale Student Mental Health Association hosts “Mind Over Matter” fair 

The Yale Student Mental Health Association works to promote mental health awareness on campus.

PALS: a “tutor-student partnership”

PALS, a tutoring and mentoring group at Yale, provides local New Haven students with an individualized, one-on-one tutoring experience.

Code Haven: “A Place to Share in the Sheer Excitement of Coding”

Code Haven brings computer science courses and curriculums to New Haven classrooms.

Su’ad Abdul Khabeer presents archival project on Black women

During her recent virtual lecture, “Umi's Archive: The Legacies of Everyday Black Women with Dr. Su'ad Abdul Khabeer”, Khabeer spoke about Umi’s Archive, a project highlighting the lives of “everyday” Black women.

Sixty-eight students complete Matriculate live training

Matriculate at Yale recently held its live training session for the 2023 cohort of advising fellows.

YHHAP “loses out” when confronting remote operations

In compliance with University and Dwight Hall policies, YHHAP will operate remotely, a decision that makes service to the community more difficult than before.

Dwight Hall to continue operating remotely through the spring

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Dwight Hall will continue to hold its community outreach initiatives in a remote format, a move that student leaders expressed dissatisfaction with.

After a term of in-person classes, some final exams moved online

With the recent surge in COVID-19 cases and the presence of online alternatives to in-person class meetings, some professors have elected to move their final exams online.

Emmanuella Asabor MED ’24 recognized by Forbes 30 Under 30

MD-PhD Candidate Emmanuella Asabor was one of the 30 individuals recognized by the Forbes 30 under 30 list in Healthcare.

Alum-created nJoy app works to bring joy to campus

Alum Andrew Sipes’ nJoy application serves as a platform to connect students with campus happenings and one another.

Law School Housing Clinic fights for local housing justice

In response to the changes COVID-19 has brought to housing justice, the clinic’s eviction track has worked to diminish the pandemic’s negative impacts on lower-income populations.