Tristan Hernandez
Staff Reporter
Tristan Hernandez is a Copy Editor and covers student life for the News. Originally from Austin, Texas, he is a first year in Pierson College majoring in Political Science.
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YCC candidates talk FGLI student advocacy and Yale-New Haven relations in debate

On Monday night, students gathered to watch 12 YCC candidates discuss their platforms and priorities.

Crystal Feimster announced as Head of Pierson College

The history professor will begin her five-year term this summer as current Head of College Stephen Davis steps down.

Yale College nixes summer storage option, prompting student concern

Dean of Student Affairs Melanie Boyd announced on Wednesday that residential colleges will no longer provide storage space in the summer to undergraduate students.

Whiffenpoofs and Whim ’n Rhythm tap 2024 classes

The two all-senior a cappella groups announced their new members on Monday.

Students rally for religious housing accommodations

Students gathered on Cross Campus on Feb. 22 to protest the Yale College Dean’s Office new streamlined housing process that does not formally consider religious housing accommodations.

Emily Bernard reads from “Black is the Body” at Beinecke Library

Emily Bernard gave a reading at Yale University on Wednesday evening, giving insight into some of her most vulnerable, personal pieces.

YaleConnect crashes after Yalies “overwhelm” system for Paul McCartney tickets

McCartney is coming to campus next Thursday to speak about his recent book in Woolsey Hall.

AACC hosts fireside chat with translators Rebecca Kuang and Emily Jin

Rebecca Kuang GRD ’27 and Emily Jin GRD ’25 spoke to the AACC about identity, the practice of translation and being Asian in academia.

Of Mice and Men: Branford College students report rodent infestation

Several Branford students have reported mouse sightings in the college since winter recess.

Sororities hold first in-person rush since 2019

Yale’s four sororities returned to in-person rush, hosting 236 prospective new members.

The strengths — and pitfalls — of Yale College advising

The News spoke to eight students and faculty members about how college and major advisers work across Yale College