Katherine Stevens
Lack of University funds may shut down Yale Powow, organizers say

Members of the Association of Native Americans at Yale said this weekend may be the Yale Powwow’s final bow, unless the group gets increased University […]

YCC candidates discuss issues at election debate

With Yale College Council officer elections set to begin at 9 a.m. today, the YCC gave candidates a chance to speak about their platforms at […]

Student database faces new delays

A new government database that will track foreign students studying in the United States is being delayed again by technical and financial problems. A variety […]

YCC ratifies UOFC bylaws, drawing committees closer

Hoping to make the Undergraduate Organizations Funding Committee more accountable to students, the Yale College Council ratified the UOFC bylaws Sunday to make the UOFC […]

Students adjust to renovations

With Vanderbilt Hall renovations nearly complete, Pierson College next on the list, and Davenport College waiting in the wings, the effects of these projects on […]

Berkeley, Branford frosh to live in renovated Vanderbilt

And the lucky colleges who get to send their freshmen to newly renovated Vanderbilt Hall are — Berkeley and Branford. Sixty-two Berkeley juniors have been […]

Across the globe, Yalies protest war in Iraq over spring break

There is no spring break from politics. Over the past two weeks, Yalies participated in anti-war protests across the world, and those who did not […]

Spring Fling to feature Wilco

Two bands — Wilco and the Nappy Roots — will play Spring Fling ’03 on April 28, Yale College Council Spring Fling co-chair Edward Pritchett […]

Advance notice required for trips

Prompted by the Jan. 17 car accident that killed four Yale students, the Yale College Dean’s Office now requires all student groups to submit a […]

The ethnic counselor system

Take the average Yale student. As soon as some people hear these words, they imagine an affluent WASP who graduated from Andover and spent his […]

Students aim for Yale-affiliated organic farm

After spending a semester working on organic farms in northern Vermont last year, Katherine Sims ’04 wanted other students to have similar opportunities. “It was […]