The death of three students in Virginia prompted grief on campus. Yale’s police chief expressed confidence in his department’s action plans, asserting that they would have in “all likelihood” prevented a similar situation at Yale.
November 18, 2022
In conversations with the News, over a dozen students with allergies and dietary restrictions recounted numerous concerns with the dining options at Yale.
Following the recent publishing of a Washington Post article concerning Yale’s withdrawal and reinstatement policies, University administrators are defending Yale’s mental health services.
November 17, 2022
Following two and a half years of COVID-19 policy development, the University’s relaxed regulations stand in stark contrast to those set in place at the beginning of the pandemic, which were much more strict.
Students continue to take issue with the program’s branding as “short-term” and long wait times for psychiatric appointments.
November 14, 2022
Students reflect on resources for prospective law students at Yale College.
November 11, 2022
Three political science experts weighed in on the election’s historical context: the factors that may have led to Democrats’ overperformance.
November 10, 2022
Gathered online and in person on Wednesday night, students and alumni came together for a panel on mental health organized by the Yale Student Mental Health Association and Elis for Rachael.
November 4, 2022
A link to tickets for The Game was mistakenly made available Tuesday morning, causing a panic amongst students hoping to attend.
November 2, 2022
Per a Thursday afternoon email, all students, except those with approved exemptions, must receive an updated bivalent COVID-19 booster by the start of the spring semester
October 27, 2022
One administrator told the News that COVID-19-related delays have kept Pierson, Davenport, Berkeley, Jonathan Edwards and Grace Hopper Colleges from receiving furniture for common suite areas.
October 26, 2022