Paloma Vigil
Staff Reporter
Paloma Vigil covers religious life, the YCC, and gymnastics. Originally from Miami, she is a first-year in Pauli Murray majoring in Cognitive Science and Political Science.
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Yale among four Ivy League universities to receive bomb threats

The University was put on high alert when a bomb threat was reported on Nov. 5th that caused Old Campus and many other buildings on […]

Students express disapproval of Spring Fling singer Masego

NISAY recently posted a statement on social media expressing disapproval of Masego’s performance at Spring Fling, specifically regarding his song, “Navajo.”

YCC Executive Board elected after record-low voter turnout

Leleda Beraki ’24 and Iris Li ’24 were elected YCC president and vice president, respectively, in elections that took place on Apr. 21 and 22.


The candidate running for events director of the Yale College Council discusses his experience in the YCC and his plans for the coming year.


Candidate for Yale College Council events coordinator, Liz Carter ’24, shares how she plans to improve events on campus and manage the YCC’s events budget.


Running unopposed for vice president of the Yale College Council, Iris Li ’24 lays out her vision for the Council and beyond.

CANDIDATE PROFILE: Leleda Beraki ’24

Beraki, who is running unopposed for president of the Yale College Council, shared her platform and campaign approach.

Yale’s in-person Easter celebrations return for first time since pandemic’s start

Christian students will celebrate the resurrection of Christ this Sunday as part of Holy Week.

Activist group posts satirical letter around Yale Law School

The Class Action Collective, composed of alumni from Yale and other schools, sent a satirical letter requesting male judges recuse themselves from an abortion case to the Supreme Court.

Muslim students celebrate Ramadan during the month of April

Students and Muslim leaders on campus shared how they are celebrating Ramadan, a month of religious fasting.

Students celebrate Lent ahead of Easter Sunday

Yale’s Christian students reflected on what they gave up for Lent, the 40 days between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday.