Joshua Zhang
Staff Reporter
Joshua Zhang previously covered religious life and culture at Yale. Originally from San Diego, California, he is a second year in Branford College majoring in Computer Science and Economics.
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Muslim students celebrate the month of Ramadan and Eid-al-Fitr

As Ramadan came to an end this weekend, students and Muslim leaders at Yale reflected on the ways in which they have celebrated one of the holiest months of the year.

Campus Christian fellowships celebrate Easter with interministry worship night

Over 120 students and community members gathered in Battell Chapel on the evening of Easter Sunday for a night of worship.

Satoda Scholars program advances student research on Japanese American internment

The Asian American Cultural Center Satoda Scholars Program funds students’ original research related to the mass forced removal and incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II and Incarceration Studies.

Muslim Students Association and Yale Women’s Center celebrate World Hijab Day

Students from Yale’s Muslim Students Association worked with the Yale Women’s Center to set up a booth on Cross Campus for World Hijab Day on Feb. 1.

Buddhist students gather for Lunar New Year celebration

To welcome the year of the rabbit/cat, students within the Yale Buddhist Student Community celebrated in the Buddhist Shrine with a candlelight ceremony.

Yale’s winning iGEM team talks inspiration and challenges

After a triumphant run at the 19th iGEM Grand Jamboree, the Yale iGEM team discusses the journey that led them to this point.

Students showcase multicultural and creative forms of worship at Yahweh Night

Last Thursday night, Yalies across student ministries worshiped together at the YSB Marsh Lecture Hall.

Yale to host Thanksgiving dinner at the Omni Hotel

As November break begins, some students will be staying in New Haven for the week, and many plan to attend the Thanksgiving day feast at the Omni Hotel.

Asian students host affirmative action teach-in

Representatives from various legal organizations virtually addressed students at the Asian American Cultural Center the night after the Supreme Court heard pivotal cases involving race-conscious admission

Asian lifestyle store Üni-Home Life opens on Chapel Street

The gift shop was opened by two New Haven residents and offers stationery, stuffed animals and home decor.

Students describe classroom accessibility in light of Yale’s mask-optional policy

The News spoke to 8 students about experiences with classroom accessibility in the three weeks since Yale implemented a mask-optional policy in all campus spaces.