Yale awards 4,193 degrees in 322nd Commencement

Members of the class of 2023 gathered on Old Campus last Monday morning, joined by family, friends and faculty, to celebrate the University’s 322nd Commencement […]

Spring Fling moves indoors, capacity drops by thousands

Spring Fling will be held at College Street Music Hall, limiting capacity. Guests will no longer be able to attend.

Yale wins quizbowl national championship for second year in a row

The Bulldogs excelled across 17 games at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology last weekend.

Rock hunt to take place during reading week

Students can expect to find rocks with positive messages painted on them all over campus during reading week, thanks to a project by Bella Taylor ‘23.

Admissions office concludes largest-ever Bulldog Days

Over 1,400 admitted students and 800 family members traveled to New Haven this week to explore Yale’s campus before the May 1 matriculation deadline.

Yale book donations travel to Kenya through the Likoni Library Project

On April 27, The Likoni Library Project, spearheaded by Yale alum Nadja Umlauf and fellow English Fullbright Scholars, will be hosting a book packaging event for Mombasa youth at the Afro-American Cultural Center.

Students Unite Now organizes rally for financial aid transparency and mental health care reform

The rally, which took place in Beinecke Plaza on April 25, featured student testimonies and raised concerns over Yale’s financial aid and mental health care policy.

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Christian worship event Rekindle brings together local and international attendees

Around 1000 attendees gathered on the New Haven Green on Apr. 19 for Rekindle, a worship event organized by Yale students in collaboration with Times Square Church.

Muslim students celebrate the month of Ramadan and Eid-al-Fitr

As Ramadan came to an end this weekend, students and Muslim leaders at Yale reflected on the ways in which they have celebrated one of the holiest months of the year.

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