Jever Mariwala
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Cultural centers discuss mental health and race

In a panel covering the intersectionality of race and mental health, representatives from Yale’s cultural centers shared their personal stories with over 80 students at […]

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Committee on campus culture holds first meeting

Over six months after Yale College Dean Marvin Chun announced the creation of the Committee on Social Life and Community Values to address concerns about […]

Africa Week broaches taboo topics

Wrapped in the multicolored flags of their home countries, students from the Yale African Students Association danced and embraced on Cross Campus, kicking Africa Week […]

Chun: A year in review

In April 2017, minutes after University President Peter Salovey announced that Marvin Chun would become the dean of Yale College, the newly named heir vowed to create a Yale “in which everyone feels valued.”

Yale vocalizes support for trans+ rights

Just days after The New York Times reported a leaked memo from the Department of Health and Human Services that defined gender as an immutable […]

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AACC hosts experts on affirmative action

The lawsuit against Harvard, alleging that the university discriminates on the basis of race, could have far-reaching consequences for admissions beyond just affirmative action, according […]

Yale launches Title VI review

Amid growing concerns about Yale’s lack of institutional mechanisms to address cases of race-based discrimination, the University launched a review of internal procedures.

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Yalies queue for hours, hoping for tickets to The Game

This year, Yalies were allotted just 2,500 student tickets for the annual Yale-Harvard game, prompting widespread paranoia as students scrambled to get their hands on tickets to one of the most anticipated games of the year.

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A Night at GPSCY

“The police are already on their way” It’s a Thursday night, which means GPSCY is bustling with graduate students. Gryphon’s Pub at the Graduate and […]

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AACC Director supports race-conscious admissions

The Director of the Asian American Cultural Center staunchly opposed race-blind admissions in an Oct. 16 statement.

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Second data breach lawsuit filed against Yale

In 2005, Andrew Mason gave his Social Security number and other personal information to Yale when registering for one of the University’s summer programs. In […]