Buckley Institute launches podcast, features Mick Mulvaney in first episode

The conservative institute, which touts “freedom of speech” and “intellectual diversity” as its goals, has created a podcast to discuss current issues and explain its ideology.

Former Yale student acquitted of sexual assault in 2018 sues accuser for defamation

The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled in June that Saifullah Khan, who allegedly raped a female peer at Yale in 2018, may proceed with a defamation suit against the accuser.

Commons closure yields student frustrations

Last week, Commons was closed for “university events,” leading students to feel frustrated with the limited options.

Junior class council raffles meal with Salovey for cystic fibrosis fundraiser

Jackson Parrott ’27 will dine with Salovey — his prize for winning the junior class council’s fundraiser raffle for cystic fibrosis research.

The Ivy League for Morocco Disaster Relief mobilizes days after earthquake, continues fundraising efforts

Students from Yale, Brown, Cornell, Columbia and the University of Pennsylvania are fundraising to aid humanitarian relief efforts in Morocco in the aftermath of a seven point magnitude earthquake.

‘It feels like detective work:’ Yuhan Kim ’24 publishes book on Napoleonic Wars

Yuhan Kim, a senior in Berkeley College, wrote and published a book in August on the military administrations and victories of Louis Suchet, a French Marshal from the Napoleonic wars.

New YCC leadership sets priorities for year ahead

After a summer full of planning, the Yale College Council’s newest president and vice president, Julian Suh-Toma and Maya Fonkeu, have begun setting their plans for the year.

Students demand representation in University’s presidential search committee

Students across different schools at Yale are collaborating to make their voices heard in the search for University President Peter Salovey’s successor.

La Casa kicks off Latine Heritage Month celebrations

Yale’s Latine cultural center will host several signature events in honor of Latine Heritage Month from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15.

Yalie-created Sillable aims to pop the Yale bubble

The new app seeks to connect local New Haven businesses with students.

‘The biggest puddle ever’: Rain in New Haven leaves parts of campus flooded

Heavy downpour on Wednesday affected facilities in Jonathan Edwards College, the Schwarzman Center, Bass Library and other sites on and off campus.