Michelle Liu
Staff Reporter
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More Yalies win Rhodes, Marshall scholarships

Two more Yalies — one student and one recent graduate — have been chosen for Rhodes and Marshall scholarships this year.

YNHH HIV transplants approved

Following two groundbreaking transplants last March, Yale New Haven Hospital is now the first hospital in New England approved to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplant surgeries.

Pavo Pavo Peacock Peacock

Pavo Pavo, an experimental pop band with sounds both retro-futuristic and ethereal, features not one but three Yalies — all of whom met while studying […]

2020 by the numbers: looking back, looking forward

2020 by the numbers: attitudes and expectations

2020 by the numbers: beliefs and experiences

Demonstrations held during freshman move-in

The move-in plans of more than 1,300 freshmen continued unabated Friday morning, parents and freshman counselors trudging back and forth bearing luggage even as several local organizations petitioned for their causes on traffic-heavy Elm Street and inside Old Campus.

Introducing the Class of 2020

Today, members of the class of 2020 begin their journey at Yale, arriving on campus with shower caddies and twin XL sheets, but also with a diverse set of dreams and anxieties.

Activists protest to “Bring Amyr Home”

Dozens of local activists assembled outside New Haven Superior Court Thursday morning to support Aymir Holland, an African-American teenager charged with assaulting 79-year-old Yale professor Charles Hill in November 2015.

Yale construction plans stall

Graduate students, University officials and developers gathered for a ceremonial groundbreaking Wednesday morning in front of construction vehicles and dirt piles arranged artfully at 272 […]

New Haven community members throw support behind teen charged with assaulting Yale prof

On Sunday, community members stood up for one of the three young men charged with assaulting a 79-year-old Yale professor.