STUDENT LIFE
CS50 bumps maximum ULA paycheck, avoiding potential strike

Administrators increased the number of possible hours undergraduate staff be paid for teaching the popular introductory computer science lecture.

Yale’s Jewish community to celebrate Yom Kippur at renovated Slifka Center

On Oct. 4 and 5, Jewish students, faculty and staff will gather at the recently reopened Slifka Center to celebrate Yom Kippur.

JE crowns Tulip Princess in revived tradition

On Sunday, Jonathan Edwards College crowned Cam Bell ’23 as its first Tulip Princess — a student who most embodies the “spirit of the tulip” — since 2012.

International students on adapting to life at Yale following the COVID-19 pandemic

The News spoke to five international students about what it was like to return to the U.S. for school after the pandemic.

The not-so-minor question of majors at Yale

Stuck on the not-so-minor question of majors? The News spoke to seven students and two faculty members on navigating majors at Yale.

Yale hosts 10th Windham-Campbell Literary Festival

Natasha Tretheway, a United States Poet Laureate, headlined the festival's first in-person iteration since 2019.

Navigating spiritual and religious life at Yale

The News spoke to students and staff about how they are engaging with Yale’s resources for religious and faith groups in the first few weeks of the semester.

Sick students decry lack of to-go boxes in dining halls

Yale Hospitality told the News this week that takeout box options are available to all sick students, regardless of exact illness. But 12 dining halls are currently distributing boxes only to those who test positive for COVID-19.

Yale to lift classroom mask requirements

The University relaxed its COVID-19 policy, announcing on Tuesday that masking will soon be optional in classrooms.

Senior Photographer Karen Lin
La Casa begins Latine Heritage Month with annual event

La Casa hosted its annual kickoff for the commencement of Hispanic Heritage Month with a feature of ‘OMARA,’ a film by Yale alumnus Hugo Perez ’93.

Good Life Center offers yoga programming to students 

The Good Life Center hopes to promote mental health and wellness on campus through yoga programming.