Julianna Lai
Staff Reporter
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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Elis knocked out of Preseason WNIT

In its first appearance in the preseason version of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament, the Yale women’s basketball team traded blows with Northern Illinois University […]

FACT CHECK: Homelessness

Claim: “Currently, there is only ONE individual experiencing chronic homelessness in the Greater New Haven area that has not been matched to a shelter.” Source: […]

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Yale seeks sustained success

As the Yale women’s basketball team heads into the 2018-19 season, it hopes to build off a historic run — last year, the Bulldogs collected […]

Camilla Emsbo ’22 brings five-star skills to Elis

Her jumper at the top of the key falls short, just grazing the front of the rim. Shaking it off, forward Camilla Emsbo ’22 runs […]

“Good Life Center” opens in Silliman

With the fall semester now in full swing, students are flocking to libraries, scrambling to complete problem sets and rushing to turn in their first […]

Silliman starts courtyard garden

As summer winds down, gardens with pumpkins, green beans, tomatoes, zucchini and other vegetables are garnishing the Silliman College courtyard just in time for a […]

FOOTBALL: Bulldogs prepare for NFL Draft

For most of Yale football’s current senior class, Nov. 18, 2017 marked a bittersweet day. While the Elis dominated rival Harvard to earn the program’s […]


Remy Dhingra ’20, a candidate for 2018–19 Yale College Council vice president, is confident that, if elected, she will be able to streamline important YCC […]

Pierson makes dining hall a 24/7 study space

Pierson College will start a pilot program on Monday to provide 24-hour access to students wishing to study in the college dining hall. With the […]

Students begin painting Franklin basement murals

Work on the murals began this past weekend, but the committee has already made considerable progress.

Silliman sees high transfer demand

180 students transferred to a different residential college this semester, with Silliman College seeing the highest ratio of transfer applications from outside students to requests from affiliated students to leave the college.