From Jan. 29 through Feb. 9, students spent seven days tabling in the Schwarzman Rotunda encouraging people to call Representative Rosa DeLauro and push her to support a ceasefire in Israel’s war against Hamas in Gaza.
February 20, 2024
Yale Hospitality wrote to the News that the change was made to reduce long lines in the dining halls, yet the News spoke with four students who voiced their disappointment in the decision.
February 9, 2024
In the fall, students organized a “Let’s Talk About Israel” table on Cross Campus. This semester, the table has moved to the rotunda of the Schwarzman Center, with the goal of engaging Yalies in conversation about Israel’s ongoing war in Gaza against Hamas.
On Wednesday, Jan. 24, the Jewish society Shabtai hosted Simcha Rothman, a controversial Israeli politician who is a member of Israel’s far-right religious zionist party and chair of the constitution, law and justice committee within the Knesset, Israel’s legislature. The event — which was not publicly advertised — was protested by Israeli Yale community members and New Haven residents.
January 29, 2024
In the second consecutive year of in-person MLK commemorations since the COVID-19 pandemic, Ruby Bridges discussed her personal experiences, highlighting the need for educational equality and breaking harmful cycles of hate.
January 26, 2024
For the second consecutive year, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Planning Committee organized in-person programming throughout January, including a speaker event with Ruby Bridges.
January 24, 2024
Members of the recently founded Indigenous Peoples of Oceania organization held Lā Kūʻokoʻa — Hawai'ian Independence Day — celebrations throughout the week.
December 6, 2023
As The Game approaches, there is one burning question on all of our minds: what will I wear? Whether your goal is to impress a […]
November 17, 2023
On Nov. 15, the Yale Peabody Museum and the Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies hosted Professor Eli Fenichel in “Connecting Environment and Economy,” the fall edition of the Edward P. Bass distinguished lecture series.
This academic year, following a policy reevaluation by Trumbull’s new Head of College, the Trumbull Buttery began to pay all its workers — moving away from staffing the buttery with unpaid volunteers.
November 9, 2023
Upon arriving at Yale as a bushy eyed first-year, I wasn’t just shocked by the sheer size of Econ 115 or the crushing weight of taking French. While adrift in the sea of humanity flowing out of Marsh lecture hall, I noticed bit by bit that there was not a single bad outfit. Somehow, nearly 500 Yalies had decided that they would pull out a solid fit to attend our 1 p.m. lecture.
October 13, 2023