Joey Ye
Staff Reporter
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Hundreds brainstorm, propose “Ydeas”

Hundreds of students gathered in the Schwarzman Center on Saturday morning to envision the next big “Ydea.”

Students seek to diversify DS reading

The Directed Studies Program at Yale is already notorious for its hefty reading requirement, but this semester a group of freshmen are adding to that reading list in an attempt to recognize perspectives not currently offered by the syllabus.

Black Solidarity Conference attracts over 700

The temperature was below freezing this weekend, but the wind chill did not dampen the enthusiasm of participants attending the 21st annual Black Solidarity Conference, the largest conference held at Yale each year. More than 750 students from over 50 universities across the country registered, conference planners told the News, and the weekend-long series was sold out even before the start of the new year.

International students await tax refunds

International students across the country may have to wait a whole year before they receive refunds on their tax returns.

Canvas outperforms Classes*v2

A working group within the University has officially recommended that Yale transition away from Classes*v2 to a new software called Canvas.

Students convene to discuss better Europe

Solutions for some of the most pressing issues facing the European Union may be coming from across the pond — in fact, from right here in New Haven.

Increased interest in rushing SAE

Despite igniting national headlines for alleged racism last fall, Yale’s chapter of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity attracted more potential members this rush season than it did the year before.

YCC recommends new LGBTQ policies

After soliciting student feedback over the past year, the Yale College Council is calling on the University to improve campus resources and policies for LGBTQ students.

Interest in sororities increases

Despite the addition of a fourth sorority at Yale last April, more students signed up for sorority rush this semester than could be accommodated by campus sororities for the third year in a row.

Asian American Studies classes garner interest

Student activists highlighting the need for an Asian American Studies program at Yale may now have even more cause for advocacy: students have flocked to the three courses on Asian American Studies being offered this semester.

Beinecke director reappointed

While the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library is currently undergoing extensive renovations, its leadership remains unchanged.