Kaitlyn Pohly
Staff Reporter
Kaitlyn Pohly is a first-year in Silliman College who serves as the Associate Student Policy and Affairs Beat Reporter. Originally from New York City, Kaitlyn is a prospective History and Environmental Studies major.
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Yale College nixes summer storage option, prompting student concern

Dean of Student Affairs Melanie Boyd announced on Wednesday that residential colleges will no longer provide storage space in the summer to undergraduate students.

Yale offers single-gender housing option following student protest

Following weeks of student protest, Yale College will now allow students to request to live on single gender floors.

Students react to change in spring break meal plans

After initially requiring a fee for spring break meals, Yale Hospitality will now provide meals for students on campus over break at four residential college dining halls.

Yale Dean’s Office sees 83 residential college transfer requests

The Yale College Dean’s Office received 83 requests from students to transfer residential colleges for the 2023-24 school year. 63 of these requests were approved.

Students rally for religious housing accommodations

Students gathered on Cross Campus on Feb. 22 to protest the Yale College Dean’s Office new streamlined housing process that does not formally consider religious housing accommodations.

Streamlined on-campus housing process to take effect for fall 2023

The Yale College Dean’s Office has announced a set of changes to the housing process in an effort to standardize the housing draw across all 14 residential colleges.

Advising to expand to incoming first years

Advising at Yale is currently being evaluated by the Committee on Teaching, Learning, and Advising, and is set to see changes this summer.

Yale Health announces expansion to new office

In connection with Yale Student Health, the Yale community will soon welcome a new Campus Health Office to develop and maintain Yale’s public health infrastructure.

FOMO at Yale: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

I know all of my college friends’ bitmojis. I promise it’s not because I avidly use bitmojis in text conversation or anything like that. The […]

Yale’s “Süperfly” returns in full swing and gears up for the spring season

Yale’s men’s ultimate frisbee team, Süperfly, is off to a strong start ahead of the spring season.

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.