On Tuesday, students rallied against a leaked draft Supreme Court opinion that would overturn the landmark abortion decision. Another action took place on Thursday.
May 10, 2022
Student Unite Now held a Cross Campus rally during Bulldog Days demanding mental health and financial aid reforms for students.
April 29, 2022
Due to pandemic-related travel approval delays, some students may receive their International Study Award stipends after their fees are due for non-Yale summer programs — […]
Finding a space of belonging and community can be difficult for some South Asian students, as the label of “Asian” often gets defaulted to East Asian.
After its originally-planned celebration was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Af-Am House is celebrating its “50 plus” anniversary this weekend in a three-day event featuring in-person and virtual celebratory programming.
Members of ASEZ — a volunteer-focused offshoot of the World Mission Society Church of God, a global organization that faced controversy due to claims that they function as a cult — are seeking to establish an official student organization at Yale.
April 27, 2022
NISAY recently posted a statement on social media expressing disapproval of Masego’s performance at Spring Fling, specifically regarding his song, “Navajo.”
Much to community members’ chagrin, Yale Secure, the University’s wireless network, has experienced “five extended outages” between March 24 and April 8, per an email […]
Incoming first years descended onto campus this week for the first in person Bulldog Days in two years.
The EJC’s action on Monday called attention to Zedillo’s board position at Citigroup Inc., an investment banking company with ties to the fossil fuel industry.
April 26, 2022
Leleda Beraki ’24 and Iris Li ’24 were elected YCC president and vice president, respectively, in elections that took place on Apr. 21 and 22.
April 25, 2022