Hailey Talbert
Staff Reporter
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Admissions office goes through changes in affirmative action, SAT requirements

From test-optional policies during the COVID-19 pandemic to new training for admissions officers in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision on affirmative action, the class of 2024 saw a flurry of new admissions policies.

Samuel Moyn to be next Head of Grace Hopper College

The law and history professor will begin his five-year term this summer as current Head of College Julia Adams steps down.

March Madness Money

How much money made from March Madness actually benefits the participating basketball programs and academic institutions?

Housing process for 2024 commences on expedited timeline

The housing process, which underwent major reforms last year, will conclude over two weeks earlier than last year’s.

Head of Grace Hopper College Julia Adams to step down

After a decade in the role, Head of Hopper College Julia Adams announced that she will depart from her position at the end of the semester.

Timothy Dwight Head of College Mary Lui to step down

After nine years as TD’s Head of College, Mary Lui will step down and return to research and teaching.

American Sign Language now Yale’s third most popular language

Since it was first offered in spring 2018, American Sign Language at Yale has grown to be the third largest language option, with over 200 students enrolled in ASL classes this semester.

Former Obama speechwriter David Litt discusses comedy, time at Yale

David Litt ’08, former speechwriter for Barack Obama, shared details and advice from his career in comedy and politics at an event hosted on Oct. 26 by the Yale Record and the Yale College Democrats.

Yale Endowment Justice Coalition holds teach-in, pushes for Yale to divest from fossil fuels

Members of the Yale Endowment Justice Coalition highlighted their goals and recent protests in their recent teach-in event as they continue to push for the University to divest and disclose its holdings in what they claim are exploitative and extractive industries.

The battle of the beans

Welcome one, welcome all. Tonight, in the ring, we have two coffee shops you know and love. In one corner is the Acorn, the prized […]

‘The first university in the United States to invite me to speak’: Mulvaney talks free speech, political bias at Buckley event

Former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney spoke about his experiences working in the White House and with political discourse and compromise at a Sept. 12 event organized by the Buckley Institute.

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