Kevin Swain
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Grad students take to polls in historic union vote

Graduate students in nine separate academic departments head to the polls today to cast legally binding votes on whether to collectively bargain with the Yale.

Child care funding stalls as union vote approaches

A decadelong push for affordable child care for students in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences has been shelved by the University.

Local 33 rally before elections

Leaders of the unofficial graduate student union Local 33 radiated confidence at a rally on Wednesday night.

Faculty praise Hopper pick

Faculty members, many of whom were involved in activism toward changing the name of Calhoun College, are rejoicing.

Center for Teaching and Learning to bridge undergrads, graduate students

The new Center for Teaching and Learning will serve as a meeting space and resource hub in which undergraduates and graduate students can collaborate. The […]

Graduate Student Assembly launches podcast

The Yale Graduate Student Assembly launched a podcast earlier this month to inform students at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences about issues and resources related to student life, education and professional development.

Gay veteran’s discharge status upgraded with help from Yale Law

With help from Yale Law School students and faculty, a 91-year-old veteran from Connecticut was granted a discharge-status upgrade to “honorable” earlier this month. The […]

MEN’S SQUASH: Bright future for Lovejoy ’20

Spencer Lovejoy’s ’20 squash story currently takes place in the city in which it started: New Haven.

Law School students, professors support veteran in lawsuit

With support from Yale Law School students and faculty, a 91-year-old veteran filed a federal lawsuit earlier this month to change his Air Force discharge status to “honorable.”

Yale-Harvard upset uplifts students

Even students who attended the game did not anticipate Yale beating Harvard for the first time since 2006.

Yale College Republicans split over Trump

Over the summer, the Yale College Republicans split into two distinct organizations after the group disagreed over whether to endorse Trump. The resulting schism, current and former members of the YCR said, is unlikely to be healed.