Zainab Hamid
Staff Reporter
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DeVos’ Title IX proposal raises concerns among students

Following Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ vow to replace the current “failed system” for addressing campus sexual assault, the future of reporting procedures for sexual […]

Black Student Alliance at Yale celebrates 50 years

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Black Student Alliance at Yale.

Duke’s Men inducts all-gender class

The Duke’s Men of Yale, a traditionally all-male a cappella group, inducted its inaugural all-gender tap class last week after a July decision to abolish […]

Yale formalizes freshman to first year change

After beginning to roll out the new terminology in formal correspondence early last spring, University administrators have now begun the process of replacing the terms […]

Graduate students join in hurricane relief effort

In the aftermath of back-to-back hurricane catastrophes that battered regions of Texas, Louisiana and Florida, a group of Yale graduate students is planning an event […]

New colleges get more funds

Pauli Murray and Benjamin Franklin colleges will receive additional funds this year to support their inaugural year of operations. But in the future, Yale will […]

Bake sale raises over $1,000 for Harvey victims

In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, The Texas Society at Yale, in collaboration with other campus groups, continues to mobilize.

University responds to Title IX critique

“If everything is harassment, then nothing is,” said Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.

Administrators host forum after DACA repeal

One day after the Trump administration decided to rescind Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Yale College Dean Marvin Chun held an open forum for students […]

Students raise $2,300 for Harvey relief

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the Yale College Council, The Texas Society at Yale and the University Chaplain’s Office — among other campus groups […]

Colleges begin to embrace namesakes

As Pauli Murray and Benjamin Franklin colleges welcome their inaugural classes, the respective residential communities are taking steps to learn about their college namesakes. The […]