Victor Wang
Staff Reporter
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YCC | Megan Ruan ’17, events director

After planning a variety of school-wide events during her time at Yale, Megan Ruan ’17 said, if elected as the Yale College Council’s events director, she would take Yalies beyond tradition and their comfort zone.

Students fight back against Yik Yak

When economics professor Aleh Tsyvinski discovered that he was the target of insulting Yik Yak posts following a midterm exam, he found the posts hilarious, and even educational.

Professors to attend classes, share teaching methods

This April, Yale professors will be going back to school.

Some students call for unity, while others question it

One hundred and fifty Yale students gathered last Friday on Cross Campus to demand greater student activism on campus. However, in a telling statement about the solidarity of the student body, or lack thereof, some students protested the event itself.

Planned rally raises questions on effective student activism

Student activists championing an array of causes on campus will join together in a rally called Unite Yale today.

Yale Center for Teaching and Learning to relocate to Sterling Library

The Yale Center for Teaching and Learning is in the process of consolidating their programs into one location in Sterling Memorial Library by the end of next summer.

Dozens of students hit by credit card fraud

Following several Facebook posts about a sudden spike in credit card fraud cases around Yale, students have taken it upon themselves to contact the Yale Police Department and instigate an investigation.

Christakis named Silliman master

Sociology professor Nicholas Christakis will be the new master of Silliman College, University President Peter Salovey announced to a dining hall full of excited Sillimanders Thursday.

Active learning enters STEM classes

Students are making their voices heard in science lectures — around the country and at Yale.

ITS prepares students for phishing attacks

Facing an increasingly complex cybersecurity landscape, Yale’s Information Technology Services debuted an interactive e-learning training module to the Yale community last week in order to raise awareness on the dangers of phishing.

Professors, students divided on in-class technology

Amidst a changing technological landscape, students and professors at Yale have struggled to find the best way to integrate electronic devices into classrooms without disrupting the learning environment.