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Burns to headline Class Day

Filmmaker Ken Burns will speak to the Class of 2004 this May on Class Day. Burns’ selection is the result of a yearlong process, Senior […]

YCC votes to add activities fee to tuition

In a unanimous vote Sunday, the Yale College Council passed a proposal to add $30 to tuition and give the money to the Undergraduate Organizations […]

Gershkoff ’06 quits VP race

After forcing a run-off election with Chance Carlisle ’05, David Gershkoff ’06 withdrew from the Yale College Council’s vice-presidential race Saturday. His withdrawal came after […]

Cedar ’06 to lead Council

This year’s Yale College Council officer election produced three landslide victories — including one for Andrew Cedar ’06 in the presidential race — one closer […]

Zany YCC strategies win votes

As campaigning escalates in a U.S. presidential election featuring two prominent Yalies, Decision 2004 at Yale College has attracted students’ attention with innovative campaign strategies […]

Condoms to slide into all entryways

Free condoms could be easier for undergraduates to acquire by the end of this week, peer health educator Julia Strasser ’05 said Sunday. Strasser, who […]

Yale is choosier than Harvard

Reversing a long-standing trend in a “historic rivalry,” Yale’s acceptance rate for the Class of 2008 was lower than Harvard’s. With an acceptance rate from […]

Yale admits 1,950 for ’08

With the regular-decision pool acceptance rate at a record-low 8 percent, Yale mailed admissions decisions to prospective members of the Class of 2008 Thursday. The […]

Unmarried partners to receive benefits

Five months after graduate and professional school student leaders began lobbying the Yale administration to allow students’ committed heterosexual partners to receive the same benefits […]

House reviews financial aid

Seeking to transform a system they say is inequitable, several Republican congressmen are advocating changes to federal financial aid programs that could limit the funding […]

International grad school apps drop

A survey by the Council of Graduate Schools found that the total number of international applications to U.S. graduate schools fell 32 percent this year. […]