University administrator allows student to take down banner naming killed Palestinians, admits ‘administrative errors’ 

After receiving permission from Pilar Montalvo, assistant vice president for university life, a student took down a banner that listed the names of thousands of Palestinians killed in Gaza during the Israel-Hamas war. Montalvo told the News there were “administrative errors” made in allowing the poster to go up and in authorizing the student to take it down.

Beraki aims to “redefine” Yale during term as YCC president

Council members have expressed optimism about working with YCC President Leleda Beraki to follow through on policies proposed in her campaign.

High turnover, low turnout, as YCC burns out

The class of 2026 is inheriting a strained college council with high senator turnover and record-low voter turnout.

Mental health services expanded amid continued frustrations

As demand for mental health services at Yale has increased, limited infrastructural expansions have been met by continued student frustration.

Student income contribution scrapped, but FGLI students say community lacks cohesion

In the past year, significant developments have been made to expand financial aid, yet FGLI students continue to face struggles and search for community.

Greek life bounces back with soaring interest and promise of cultural changes

The last two years have seen significant institutional changes for the University’s Greek life organizations.

Yale admissions rate falls to record 4.46 percent

In a historic year for admissions, Yale has continued to adapt to changing circumstances surrounding its admissions strategy and policy.