Joey Ye
Staff Reporter
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Professor redesigns syllabus after campus protests

Last semester, the chant “We out here. We’ve been here. We ain’t leaving. We are loved,” reverberated around campus, as over 1,000 students took to the streets and filled Cross Campus in a massive “March of Resilience” to show solidarity against racial injustice. This semester, the chant will be heard once again, this time in the classroom.

Departments sponsor race teach-in

Over 200 attendees packed Sudler Hall Monday, lining the walls and flowing into the hallway for “Keywords in Critical Ethnic Studies,” a teach-in.

Yale bans hoverboards from campus

On Wednesday, Yale became the most recent university to ban self-balancing scooters from its campus.

More than thanks

Michelle Fogarty ’16 and Keyanna Jackson ’16 met for dinner in the Branford dining hall this past Monday, a usual gathering spot for the two […]

Admin unveils Wellness Champions

Four years after the successful introduction of the Communication and Consent Educators program, a group of undergraduate student employees who work to foster a healthy […]

Investigations yield no disciplinary action

Yale College Dean Jonathan Holloway announced Wednesday that no disciplinary action will be taken against any student or student group involved.

New Yale mobile app to debut

Students who visit the Apple App Store may have trouble deciding which Yale application to download, with choices ranging from “Yale College” to “Yale Dining” to “Yale Admissions.” A newly updated option will soon join the fray: “Yale.”

Cultural Connections sees high demand

“We honestly need more counselors, because this year we had to turn away more kids than ever before,” Nguyen said. “If we could increase our funding to be able to pay more counselors, we could accept more of the incoming freshmen.”

YCC selects inaugural Board of Trustees

The Yale College Council has finalized the first seven members for its inaugural Board of Trustees.

Campus movements express solidarity

Over the past two weeks, debates about several racial controversies at Yale have quickly been swept into a larger national discussion about racial tension and related issues.

Internationals assess unique role

After over 1,000 attendees packed into Battell Chapel last Wednesday to learn about issues faced by students of color at Yale, a smaller contingent of […]