Katherine Stevens
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 […]

Baraka refutes criticism

In a voice hoarse from repeated readings, New Jersey poet laureate Amiri Baraka read his controversial poem “Somebody Blew Up America” and responded to criticism […]

Yale to use sustainable coffee

Beginning in September, Yale residential dining halls will fill their coffee makers with Fair Trade java. Wednesday morning, the Yale Sustainable Food Committee voted unanimously […]

Students raise awareness during month of February

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. While students may think of February as Black History Month, several student groups […]

UOFC receives $10,000 bailout

After fears that it was running out of funds earlier in the semester, Undergraduate Organizations Funding Committee members are optimistic they will receive enough new […]

Student alliance pushes residential cohabitation

Cohabitation already exists in principle. Everyone knows someone who lives, or might as well live, in the suite of a member of the opposite sex. […]

INS delays monitoring system

The Immigration and Naturalization Service granted U.S. universities a reprieve Wednesday, pushing back the registration deadline for its new database of international students until Feb. […]

Participation up in YCC race

Last week’s Yale College Council elections are over — almost. One race was still tied Monday night, and it remained to be seen whether the […]

A shocked campus grieves as one

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. The real cold this weekend came in addition to the single-digit temperatures. Grieving […]

Crash claims fourth victim

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Updated at 3:15 p.m. A fourth Yale student died this afternoon from injuries […]

Students ‘die-in’ to protest Iraq war

Wednesday morning, about 40 students from the Yale Coalition for Peace staged a “die-in” in the Woolsey Rotunda to protest a potential ground invasion of […]