When Charles Childress and Orisade Awodola were small, their grandfather Merritt Hicks told them stories about their great-great-great grandfather James W.C. Pennington. “He ran […]
November 14, 2023
“I heard a Fly buzz – when I died –” Emily Dickinson I open the door to the terrace and there is a […]
October 15, 2023
The first transgender non-binary Graduate and Professional Student Senate president took office last May. As they lead, this is their story.
October 24, 2022
In the past two years, Yale has been forced to grapple more directly with its ties to slavery and racism.
June 14, 2022
In the past year, significant developments have been made to expand financial aid, yet FGLI students continue to face struggles and search for community.
May 27, 2022
In response to national and institutional reckonings, Yale students have rallied at the steps of Sterling Memorial Library, marched on Cross Campus and the New […]
May 22, 2022
Across Yale University, students and faculty are left grappling with the afterlife of eugenics and considering how this history should be addressed in the science curriculum.
April 29, 2022
In October, University President Peter Salovey pledged to establish ties with HBCUs and TCUs and to create a physical memorial to recognize Yale’s ties to slavery. Yet the University has gone silent since, leaving students and New Haven residents to wonder whether those words will be turned into action.
April 22, 2022
A soon-to-be-released report shows that many in the math department are dissatisfied with departmental diversity. Interviews with members of the climate committee demonstrated the difficulties of diversifying the sciences, as well as the hopeful bright spots for progress.
April 19, 2022
The 14th annual Yale Women’s Empowerment Conference, featuring various speakers and events, was held on Saturday.
April 3, 2022
One year after its scheduled release date, the Title IX office’s semi-annual sexual misconduct report shows a small decrease in reported cases.
March 31, 2022