STUDENT LIFE
Fall job recruitment remains online, forces students to adapt to new methods

After a number of hiring freezes due to the pandemic last year, many companies are indicating an equal or increased amount of hiring this year, […]

Elm cafe in Schwarzman Center opens for business

Elm, a cafe located within the newly-renovated Schwarzman Center, officially opened to students this past week. A centerpiece of The Underground, Elm is a coffee […]

Students struggle to fulfill premed requirements during COVID-19 pandemic

Between studying for the Medical College Admission Test, shadowing doctors and conducting research, applying to medical school is a stressful experience — especially coming out […]

The return of ‘Woads’? Updates on the reopening of the Yale-only Wednesday night club

After a difficult year of pandemic and isolation, Yale students are returning to the long-cherished tradition of “Woads,” the Yale-only Wednesday night event held at […]

2021 OCS Summer Jobs Report records highest number of paid internships and summer research

With the summer now in the rearview, Yale’s Office of Career Services, or OCS, has evaluated how students spent their time away from school. OCS […]

Red Bull Basement holds “Innovate New Haven” event to spark student interest in global innovation competition

On Oct. 13, Red Bull Basement, a global innovation competition geared toward students 18 and older, held an event called “Innovate New Haven” at District […]

Sororities cancel mixers, Sigma Nu announces reforms due to concerns over fraternity’s culture

Two Yale sororities have canceled upcoming social events with Yale’s Sigma Nu chapter and one is considering the change amid concerns over the fraternity’s culture. […]

Disparities in COVID-19 restrictions trouble performing arts community

As the University relaxes COVID-19 restrictions on athletics teams, some members of Yale’s performing arts groups have expressed frustration with the regulations that continue to […]

At elaborate ceremony, Grace Hopper College unveils student-made trident

In an early October ceremony complete with live music, speeches and aquatic-themed desserts, Grace Hopper College unveiled a six-foot brass trident that will hang permanently […]

Two podcasters explore murders within the Ivy League

Two “crime-heads” joined forces to create a podcast in which they explore the dark side of the Ivy League — including the murders of Yale students. […]

YHMC offers hybrid counseling, plans return to majority in-person services by end of academic year

As students return to in-person instruction, Yale Mental Health and Counseling has also opened up the option of in-person therapy, as well as a program […]