Emily Tian
Staff Reporter
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New Stages for the Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective

It’s been an intensely productive year for the Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective, despite all pandemic-era expectations to the contrary. First, when the pandemic suddenly felled […]

Changes in dining hall options this year bring challenges for students with dietary restrictions

Transitioning from self-serve, buffet-style dining hall meals to meals prepared to-go this year has presented an additional challenge to some on-campus students with dietary restrictions. […]

First class of women rush the Edon Club, formerly SigEp

Twelve sophomore women have pledged to join the newest class of the Edon Club, the coed social group formerly known as SigEp. The organization, which […]

FGLI community launches Student-Faculty Mentor Circle

First-generation, low-income student advocates from the Yale First-Gen and/or Low-income Advocacy Movement and Yale’s QuestBridge chapter formally launched a mentorship program during a Tuesday evening […]

The Work of Grief

When Simone Koch Costa’s grandmother passed away in Brazil from COVID-19 just before the beginning of the second semester, she dealt with the loss mostly […]

Students living on farms reflect on unique financial aid complexities

When Kellie Geisel ’24 applied to Yale, she expected that she would be able to attend for free. All of Yale’s financial aid material promised […]

A rural intersection with a field across the road
Medically vulnerable Yalies left out of CT’s new vaccination plan

On Feb. 22, Gov. Ned Lamont announced that Connecticut will now follow a largely aged-based eligibility order instead of following the state’s previous plan of […]

A YNHH banner showing the location of a COVID-19 vaccination site hangs on a metal fence outdoors during the daytime.
Seventeen juniors, 47 seniors inducted into Phi Beta Kappa honor society

Phi Beta Kappa, an academic honor society with chapters at college campuses nationwide, announced a new class of 17 juniors and 47 seniors last Friday. […]

The sidewalk along Hillhouse Ave. during the daytime
LGBTQ community events targeted by Zoom-bombing attacks

Editor’s Note: This article contains descriptions of racist, homophobic, anti-transgender, antisemitic, pornographic, obscene and violent words and images. Two February events sponsored by the Office […]

Bass Library, closed for flooding, expected to reopen March 1

Bass Library is expected to reopen to students in the coming week following a monthlong closure due to flooding. On Jan. 29, a frozen sprinkler […]

Yalies share thoughts on New Haven safety and YPD following Jiang’s death

In the weeks following the shooting death of Kevin Jiang ENV ’22 and several other deaths in New Haven, Yale parents and students have renewed […]