Sanchita Kedia
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Student groups hold vigil for victims of Atlanta spa shootings

Members of the Yale community convened online Tuesday to commemorate the lives lost in the March 16 Atlanta spa shootings, grieve together and empower one […]

A screenshot of the AACC vigil with the names and photos of some of the victims of the Atlanta shootings
Yale, New Haven community mobilizes against anti-Asian violence

In the aftermath of the Atlanta spa shootings that killed eight people — six of them women of Asian descent — the Yale and New Haven […]

A screenshot of the AACC vigil with the names and photos of some of the victims of the Atlanta shootings
Yale’s Lunar New Year celebrations change with pandemic

While Lunar New Year celebrations are usually full of excitement and festivities, Yalies are having to find alternative ways of celebrating due to the pandemic.  […]

Off-campus upperclassmen return to apartments for better study environment

Although most Yale students returned home for Thanksgiving and the remainder of the fall semester, some off-campus upperclassmen have chosen to return to their luxury […]

Virtual Food Conversations event teaches students how to taste olive oil

Although the Yale Hospitality Food Conversation events have moved to a virtual format, an olive oil tasting this Monday was still able to teach students […]

Dance teams find new ways to maintain social connections during the pandemic

Dance has long served as a creative outlet and social space for students on campus. But the pandemic has forced dance teams to find new […]

Ming Thompson ’04 and the Design Brigade work with New Haven Residents to design solutions to COVID-19-related issues

This summer, New Haven architect Ming Thompson ’04 worked with interns in a program called “The Design Brigade,” which highlighted the nuanced pandemic-related experiences of […]

Yale Council on Middle Eastern Studies hosts author of books on Muslim identity

At a Thursday event hosted by the Council on Middle East Studies, associate professor Zareena Grewal discussed her book “A Foreign Country: American Muslims and […]

CS department adds new certificate

As the demand for programming classes continues to rise, the Department of Computer Science has added a new programming certificate, which aims to make programming […]

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YLS Solomon Center conducts workshops on COVID and constitutional law

While the global pandemic has forced many experts to reconsider the effectiveness of domestic healthcare programs, a Yale Law School panel on Wednesday stressed that […]

First years find home in a quarantined campus

Members of the class of 2024 — who received a quiet welcome on campus last week — are adjusting to the new normal at the […]