Triumphs and trickery: tracing the history of the Yale-Harvard Rivalry

It was a cold autumn day in the middle of November. The leaves were falling, and the days grew shorter. A crowd of 2,000 spectators […]

POEM: Our Rituals Were Not

  I. Your Room is a River   & along the red riverbed I find myself & you, resting. The day’s toils flock from us, […]

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jodi Kantor visits Yale

On Nov. 9, New York Times investigative reporter Jodi Kantor, whose exposure of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual abuse helped ignite the #MeToo movement, visited Berkeley College’s Swensen House to discuss her career in journalism.

Editor Ann Kjellberg ’84 visits Yale to speak about books in a digitized society

On Monday, Book Post editor Ann Kjellberg ’84 spoke about a changing literary landscape and her career path with Yale students.

New Haven students rally for ‘freedom to read’ 

New Haven students marched from the New Haven Green to the Beinecke Plaza on Thursday afternoon, displaying signs advocating for freedom of expression.

Yale Bleeds promotes petition, holds Period Action Day

Students gathered in Bass Cafe on Saturday, Oct. 14 to pack period products and sign a petition to stock Yale’s academic facilities with pads and tampons.

The Kilim Company

Outside a hidden storefront on York Street sits a table, piled with rugs. You’ve probably seen it on your way to the Humanities Quadrangle or […]

Hudson Warm
Musings on Midterms

It is late September, and the sticky, brutal heat has swiftly shifted into frigid gloom and early sunsets. We’ve traded skirts for sweatpants, sandals for […]

Admissions office hosts annual Multicultural Open House

Over 950 guests attended Saturday’s event as the admissions office event invited prospective students and families to learn about how Yale students find belonging on campus and to connect with Yale’s four cultural centers.

French feminist philosopher Manon Garcia discusses new book “Joy of Consent” with Yale community

Students and faculty gathered last week for a dialogue about sex, consent and philosophy between Manon Garcia and three philosophy and gender studies professors in advance of tomorrow’s U.S. release of her latest work.

Fall exhibit at the Beinecke Library explores art and protest

The new “Art, Protest, and the Archives” exhibit at the Beinecke offers a vibrant look into the visuals of resistance throughout history.