Leah Motzkin
MOTZKIN: Bringing YCC to you

I will be your voice, someone you can trust, someone you can be excited about. The views and opinions of the student body should hold final say — not my opinions, nor the opinions of 24 individuals who, let’s face it, aren’t as knowledgeable about the things that matter to you as you are.

Researcher talks access to digital information

On Tuesday morning in Sterling Memorial Library, a German researcher talked about a way in which technology can be used to access old materials created […]

Artist talks time and painting

Artist Sam Messer ART ’82 began his talk at the School of Art on Tuesday afternoon by reading the definitions of the words “gaze,” “present,” […]

An exclusive interview with Belle Bells

A fifth student said he merely replied “to be part of something glorious.”

Yale senior donates bone marrow, saves life

It is not every day that someone comes face-to-face with the person whose life they saved, but that’s exactly what happened when Philip Gosnell ’14 […]

Grace ’11 wins US 1-mile road championship

Yale alum and champion runner Kate Grace ’11 won the US Women’s 1-Mile Road Championships held earlier today with an impressive time of 4:43.02, according to […]

Jodie Foster ’85 for YCC President?

It looks like this year’s race for Yale College Council President may not be uncontested after all. Some Yalies have launched a mysterious Facebook page […]

Yale Dems endorse same-sex marriage

The Yale College Democrats have signed a nationwide same-sex marriage statement that proclaims “We Support Equality,” joining 50 College Democrats and Republicans chapters across the […]

Scrutiny descends on new BDSM group at Harvard

Harvard students just got a little less sexually repressed. Harvard’s Committee on Student Life recently approved its first BDSM group — the Harvard College Munch […]

Cargill talks last chance

As the Harvard-Yale game approaches, the news talked to running back Mordecai Cargill ‘13 about his last match as a Bulldog player.

Comedy meets classical music

Aleksey Igudesman and Hyung-ki Joo— a classical music and comedy duo — performed their show “A Little Nightmare Music” to a full house at the School of Music’s Morse Recital Hall on Tuesday night.