Carter Dewees
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Carter Dewees is a Lead Producer of "The Yalie". He is a sophomore American Studies major and a member of Saybrook College.
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Inside the Yale College Council’s decades-long fight to expand Credit/D/Fail

The YCC continues to advocate for major reforms to Yale College’s Credit/D/Fail policy, despite years of administrative roadblocks and on the heels of recent success.

Administrators answer students’ COVID-19 questions at YCC town hall

In a webinar, Yale administrators took students’ questions on a variety of topics related to COVID-19. They repeatedly emphasized their “risk budget” used to make decisions.

The Yalie Ep6: Rhodes Scholars Galore

Tune in to episode 6 of The Yalie, where host Carter Dewees talks to the 4 Yale Rhodes Scholars of this year. Produced by Carter Dewees, […]

New book “A New Deal for Cancer: Lessons from a 50 Year War” launches on Zoom with expert speeches

Yale Law School’s Solomon Center held a virtual book launch, inviting several experts to weigh in on the past, present and future of cancer policy.

Gary Tomlinson appointed Sterling Professor of music and humanities

Professor of music and humanities Gary Tomlinson was awarded a Sterling professorship in October following over a decade of work at the University.

YURA Fall Symposium showcases undergraduate research

Yale undergraduates presented research on an extensive range of topics to visitors in the Humanities Quadrangle courtyard on Saturday.

Menus at Commons kitchens to rotate seasonally

Seasonal and local ingredients have been added to the dining hall menus in Commons, periodically bringing new flavors to students and faculty who dine at […]

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Negotiations over future of Union Station nearing conclusion

A new 35-year lease is in sight for New Haven Union Station as local and state representatives are nearing the conclusion of negotiations.

A passenger boards a train on Union Station
Tokyo to New Haven: Two-time Olympian Laura Zeng ’25 starts at Yale

Laura Zeng ’25 represented the United States at the 2020 Summer Olympics last month, culminating in what could be the end of a lifelong journey through sport. Now, she is enrolled as a first year at Yale University and looking forward to new beginnings.