Chloe Glass
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WATER POLO: Men’s water polo finishes 1–3 at home

This past weekend, the Yale men’s water polo club team hosted the annual New England League Tournament in the Kiphuth Exhibition Pool and welcomed seven […]

Yalies organize largest-ever mental health event

Mind Matters, a student-led mental health advocacy group, hosted the largest student mental health event in recent Yale history last Friday. Fresh Check Day took […]

Student-led groups advocate for sustainability

Student-led sustainability groups congregated on Cross Campus on Sunday afternoon in an event organized by the Office of Sustainability to celebrate Earth Day and to […]

BOA holds hearing on school safety

In response to the February school shooting in Parkland, Florida, New Haven Public Schools administrators and district security officers announced new security measures that same month and hosted a hearing this week.

Podcast highlights unconventional successes

A state senator in Nevada, the director of a school in a juvenile detention center, a high school teacher who raised two children while attending […]

Yale champions for farm bill reforms

Clocking in at over 350 pages, the farm bill is one of the most complex pieces of legislation in the United States. With the 2014 […]

Students oppose change to census

The Trump administration’s decision last Monday to ask about citizenship on the 2020 census — already the target of multiple lawsuits and backlash from activists […]

Wiles to lead YUAG

Stephanie Wiles, the current director of Cornell’s Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, will serve as the next director of the Yale University Art Gallery, […]

Yalies march for gun reform

Yalies joined hundreds of thousands of activists and students advocating for gun control reform at March for Our Lives events across the country on Saturday.

Rebecca Slaughter ’03 LAW ’08 nominated to the FTC

President Donald Trump on Monday nominated Rebecca Slaughter ’03 LAW ’08, chief counsel to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., to the Federal Trade Commission. […]

More work to do on gender in academia, Yale women say

In 1905, Florence Bingham Kinne became the first woman to teach at Yale when, 304 years after the University’s founding, she joined the pathology department. […]