Michael Ndubisi
Staff Reporter
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Commencement through the years

For the Class of 2022, Yale’s 321st commencement ceremony offers a return to normalcy and tradition.  The ceremony is only the second in four years […]

SUN organizes ‘Speak Out’ event on Cross Campus

Student Unite Now held a Cross Campus rally during Bulldog Days demanding mental health and financial aid reforms for students.

Yale students reflect on 25th anniversary of National Deaf History Month

25 years after the first National Deaf History Month, Yalies celebrate the history of the deaf community and share their hopes for the future of the month’s recognition.

Number of students reporting disabilities soars, yet likely remains an underestimate

University sees doubling of disability registrations with SAS in three years

Yale partially lifts indoor mask mandate

University announces that masking will be made optional in certain spaces beginning March 21.

A year since Swensen told money managers to diversify firms, Yale stays silent on progress

Amid leadership turnover at Yale’s Investments Office, it is unclear how much progress has been made towards Yale’s efforts to lead firms to diversify.

Amid rising COVID-19 cases, students call for hybrid spring semester

Members of Disability Empowerment for Yale are putting pressure on the University to move to hybrid instruction in a new petition that has amassed nearly 500 signatures.

Students project giant Mario Kart game onto Beinecke Library

On Feb. 11, the side of Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library was lit up with a giant game of Mario Kart which attracted over 60 students.

In the shadow of Bouchet: an interview with Ferentz Lafargue

On the tall walls of Saybrook College’s dining hall hangs the portrait of Edward A. Bouchet, class of 1874. The portrait, first displayed to the […]

Students push for Persons with Disabilities Cultural Center

Yale student disability activists and leaders continue a years-long effort to create a new cultural center for students with disabilities.

Unsafe in the classroom: pandemic remains a threat for Yale’s immunocompromised students

As Yale College plans to resume in-person dining Monday and in-person classes next week, some immunocompromised students fear for their safety and feel they are being left behind in Yale’s policy making decisions.