Joey Ye
Staff Reporter
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STEM students to benefit from visa extension

International students at Yale have long faced time restrictions on how long they can stay in the country after graduation. But next month, that challenge will be made slightly easier for students in STEM fields.

AACC hosts intercultural colloquium

On Friday, the Asian American Cultural Center hosted the first annual Yale Intercultural Colloquium, which featured student work on a range of topics within ethnic studies.

YCC VP candidates prep for runoff

The height of the Yale College Council elections has passed, but two candidates are still vying for the vice-presidential position.

Library display to promote cultural awareness

Campus conversations last fall surrounding racial solidarity reverberated not only from Hillhouse Avenue to Chapel Street, but into Yale’s libraries as well.

Huang ’18 elected YCC president

Leading with 41.73 percent of the vote, Peter Huang ’18 was elected Yale College Council president Friday night.

Yale to replace Classes*v2 with Canvas

Beginning in fall 2017, Yale will officially replace learning management system Classes*v2 with Canvas.

Peter Huang ’18 elected YCC president; run-off to be held for VP

Leading with 41.73 percent of the undergraduate vote, Peter Huang ’18 was elected Yale College Council president election on Friday night.

YCC candidates debate student inclusion, access

Before the Yale College Council election polls officially open on Thursday, candidates vying to lead the student government faced off on issues ranging from financial aid policy to athlete representation at a series of debates Tuesday in Linsly-Chittenden Hall before a crowd of close to 100 students.

YCC suggests lab credit reforms

Students often disappear for hours at a time to participate in labs. However, for hours worth of work, they receive only half a credit toward their Yale College degree.

YCC presidential candidates sign positivity pledge

For the first time in Yale College Council history, all presidential candidates have formally pledged to run “positive, substantive” campaigns.

Universities form joint book sales team

Harvard, Yale and Princeton are commonly known as the “Big Three,” but for booksellers, that moniker will soon change.