Shopped ’til you dropped. Yale College students will turn in course schedules this week as shopping period comes to an end. The class of 2020 […]

Media in the election. The Yale Politic will host John Dickerson, the host of “Face the Nation” on CBS, as part of a monthly speaker […]

Wear your Oliver Peoples to this. Oliver Wyman, a consulting firm based in New York City, will hold an information session at The Study at […]

THIS DAY IN YALE HISTORY 1975 In a narrow election, Democratic reform candidate Frank Logue takes the party nomination for mayor over incumbent Bartholomew Guida. The […]

In memoriam. Sunday marks the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of 9/11, which took the lives of several Yale alumni among thousands of Americans. […]

Hillary of New York. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton LAW ’73 caught attention on social media when she appeared on the “Humans of New York” […]

Making history. Anderson Cooper ’89 will be the first openly gay man to moderate a presidential debate when he takes the stage with the candidates […]

The freshman. The youngest student in the Ivy League is 12 years old. Jeremy Shuler, who was studying calculus at age 6, is a first-year […]

Halalapalooza. The Halal Guys, a New York City chain that has found its newest home at 906 Chapel St., will host its grand opening from […]

Open BAR. The Senior Class Council invites members of the class of 2017 to enjoy free drinks and pizza at BAR this evening from 7:30 […]

Do things when you want me to, like Crayola. The Purple Crayon, the oldest long-form improv group in the country, will put on a recruitment […]