Eda Aker
Contributing Reporter
Eda Aker is a first year in Timothy Dwight College.
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AKER: Textbook independence

From a young age, Americans study what it means to be independent. Some of us even learn it as a textbook definition. For me, the […]

Yale study explores visual consciousness in rhesus monkeys

A recent study published in late March by psychologists and neuroscientists from Yale and other research institutions found that monkeys can process visual cues in […]

Law School clinic efforts aim to pass Connecticut Parentage Act

For the last two years, around 40 Yale Law School students and faculty have worked together with other groups such as GLBTQ Legal Advocates & […]

Yale students, faculty speak on the gender gap in economics

The New York Times recently published an article on gender bias in the field of economics with insights from experts, including Yale economist Judith Chevalier. […]

Virtual Tour Series “Civil Rights from Reconstruction to Right Now” comes to an end with Daughters of the Movement talk

As Black History Month comes to its end, the Virtual Tour Series “Civil Rights from Reconstruction to Right Now,” co-sponsored by Yale Alumni Academy and […]

The exterior of the Yale Alumni Association building in the daytime from York St.
Yale Prefrosh Advisors program to expand this year

As the pandemic continues and most of Yale’s programs remain online, admissions officers and student volunteers are expanding their efforts to reach out to admitted […]

Nonprofit student organization aims to empower grassroots climate initiatives

For an issue as large as climate change, there need to be ambitious organizations aiming to address it. This was the mentality embraced by the […]

The Road (Trip) Not Taken

I’ve been pegged as a “mom” for as long as I can remember. One reason is that I spend an extreme amount of time with […]