Tigerlily Hopson
Staff Reporter
Tigerlily Hopson covers diversity and inclusion at Yale. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, she is a first year in Berkeley majoring in English.
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‘I just want to go home’: Omicron variant casts doubt on international students’ travel plans

International students wrangle potential travel bans, quarantines and flight cancelations when making plans for winter recess.

Trapped in pigment: Redisplay of Elihu Yale and enslaved child portrait provokes community response

After the redisplay of the controversial group portrait, community members weigh in.

Research on Yale’s historical ties to slavery prompts calls for reform

At the annual Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition conference, students and faculty presented research on Yale’s historical association with white supremacy and slavery.

Salovey acknowledges Yale’s ties to slavery, pledges to increase payment to New Haven

In his keynote address for the Yale and Slavery conference, University President Peter Salovey formally recognized the University’s ties to slavery, announced a new memorial and spoke of an increase to Yale’s voluntary payment to New Haven.

LATINX SPECIAL ISSUE: Manuel Camacho — “Future President of the United States”

When Manuel Camacho was small he did not like to speak. He was overcome by stage fright, terrified to talk to even two people in […]

“What is Yale For?”: As University answers humanity, protesters push back

A Portrait of George Berkeley: Philosopher or Subjugator?

Bishop George Berkeley stands at the front of the Berkeley dining hall, frozen in a faded and red painting. As students enter, they glance up […]

Picture of Berkeley dining hall