Sarah Cook
Staff Reporter
Sarah Cook covers President Salovey's Cabinet and works on the social media team. Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, she is a first year in Grace Hopper majoring in Neuroscience.
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Outpouring of protest surrounds Kavanaugh confirmation

On July 9, 2018, Brett Kavanaugh ’87 LAW ’90 was nominated by former U.S. President Donald Trump to serve as a Supreme Court Justice. His […]

Greek life pushes for inclusivity amid campus criticism

The Greek life atmosphere at Yale has faced pressure to become more inclusive over the past four years, a shift that has come amid allegations […]

Three candidates nominated for Yale Corporation election in first year without petition process 

The Yale Corporation Alumni Fellow election is currently underway and will conclude in late May when a candidate is elected to the Yale Corporation.

Religious group facing “cult” allegations looks to recruit members on Yale’s campus

Members of ASEZ — a volunteer-focused offshoot of the World Mission Society Church of God, a global organization that faced controversy due to claims that they function as a cult — are seeking to establish an official student organization at Yale.

Anjelica Gonzalez and Paul North named Davenport and JE heads of college 

Gonzalez and North will become Heads of Davenport and Jonathan Edwards colleges, respectively, on July 1. They will step into roles vacated by John Witt and Mark Saltzman, who are leaving at the close of their terms.

Graduate and professional students condemn new Yale Corporation election policy

Students raise call of “speculative fear mongering” with change prohibiting candidates to petition for election to Board of Trustees.

Emerge initiative aims to increase diversity of Yale leadership

Emerge, a career development initiative to increase the diversity of Yale’s leaders, recently started up. The seven to eight month program is viewed as an “integral part” of the University’s plan to support diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging initiatives.

New initiative Yale Ventures to promote innovation and entrepreneurship

This morning, a new initiative to support innovation and entrepreneurship at Yale and throughout New Haven, Yale Ventures, was announced, and will be led by recently appointed Senior Associate Provost for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Josh Geballe.

Is Yale seeing the decline of the residential college?

Since its inception almost 90 years ago, Yale’s hallmark residential college system has transformed with the growth of the student body and changes in student life, especially as the pandemic over the last two years has limited community events and interactions within the colleges.

Yale administrators and Ukrainian students aim to increase Ukrainian admissions

In the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, administrators say that they will focus on expanding Yale’s Ukrainian population, although it is unclear whether admit numbers for the class of 2026 honor this assertion.

Law School graduate and women’s rights advocate Reshma Saujani chosen as 2022 Class Day speaker 

On April 4, Yale announced that Reshma Saujani LAW ’02, advocate for women’s economic and academic empowerment and founder of Girls Who Code, will speak at this year’s Class Day.