Natalie Wright
Staff Reporter
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Panel explores mental health

Four Yale undergraduates who identify as LGBTQ shared their personal experiences with mental health on Wednesday evening during a panel discussion at Sudler Hall. The […]

Dems reevaluate strategies for Trump era

After President Donald Trump’s election, the Yale College Democrats rewrote their mission statement to include the phrases “resisting attacks,” “diverse community” and “across the country.” […]

After Fall Survey, YCC plans reforms

The Yale College Council sent out its annual fall survey in early November to gather student opinion about possible reforms to work toward in the […]

Law clinic helps block Trump order

A federal judge in California on Nov. 20 permanently blocked the Trump administration’s attempt to deny federal funding to sanctuary cities. The injunction comes in part as a result of a Yale Law School clinic’s work with the San Francisco City Attorney’s office.

YCC hosts final event in Commons

Students will gather in Commons on Friday for the biennial Yale-Harvard Party — the venue’s last event before construction of the Schwarzman Center begins.

Dems match 45 with fellowships

Two weeks ago, Democrats swept elections in Virginia and New Jersey, marking a major victory for the party. Members of the Yale College Democrats played […]

Students weigh in on director search

Around 20 students gathered on Monday night to discuss the search for Yale’s next athletics director, as well as general issues pertaining to Yale athletics. […]

A capella groups unlikely to follow Duke’s

Two months ago, the Duke’s Men of Yale became the first traditionally all-men’s group in Yale’s Singing Group Council to induct an all-gender tap class. But other single-gender singing groups have not followed suit.

Ivies debate campus politics

A year after Donald Trump won the presidential election, the surprising result is continuing to spark broad discussions on whether colleges should do more to […]

Yale holds queer conference

Approximately 100 Yale students and 250 students from 25 other universities gathered on campus last weekend for the annual IvyQ conference, led by members of […]

SOM study finds evidence of gender bias

Does gender bias exist when credentials are measured objectively? According to a Yale School of Management study, it does. Researchers at the SOM found that […]