Joey Ye
Staff Reporter
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Bulldog Days draws thousands

Despite the pouring rain and thunder, more than 1,000 high school seniors armed with blue ponchos stormed Yale’s campus on Monday.

Art majors close out undergraduate careers with thesis show

As the latest exhibition at the Yale School of Art draws to a close, a group of seniors is preparing for the final critique of their undergraduate artistic career.

Marrow donor drive beats 2014 mark

Megaphones and large signs helped amplify the enthusiasm that members of the Yale Athletics community displayed in promoting the Mandi Schwartz Marrow Donor Registration Drive, which, in its seventh year, added hundreds more to a growing list of potential donors.

Ballet company brings Carroll classic to stage

After journeying to Neverland a year ago with a production of “Peter Pan,” the Yale Undergraduate Ballet Company will travel into a rabbit hole this weekend.

English ’17 elected YCC president

With 68.25 percent of the student vote, Joe English ’17 cruised to victory in this year’s Yale College Council presidential election.

Students recount first day of voting

Unlike last year’s Yale College Council elections — which were darkened by allegations and accusations against each of the four presidential candidates — the 2015 election season for YCC president has remained positive and uneventful.

Undergrad play tackles mental health at Yale

With mental health concerns rising high at Yale, a group of students have found an outlet to examine the issue in a new light.

YCC candidates debate student-admin relations

With Yale College Council elections beginning this Thursday, candidates for next year’s executive board sparred Monday over the council’s role in negotiating the boundary between the student body and the administration.

YCC | Madeline Bauer ’17, vice president

Yale College Council vice president will not be the first position in student government for Madeline Bauer ’17. She has served on the Freshman Class Council, the Calhoun College Council and the YCC — experience she hopes to draw upon.

Some YCC positions will no longer require background on council

With elections just around the corner, the Yale College Council has decided that some executive board positions will no longer require a background in the YCC.

Seminar performance honors late theater pioneer

This semester, a group of undergraduate students were given less than three months to learn a previously unfamiliar type of theater before being called to perform it.