STUDENT LIFE
YCC holds referendum on Yale Corp democratization

Starting Monday, students will be able to vote on two yes-or-no questions regarding the election process for the Board of Trustees; voting will close Friday at 9 a.m.

Lunarfest returns as New Haven enters Year of the Rabbit

The return of New Haven’s in-person Lunarfest brought a sense of belonging for some, while others commented on the challenges of celebrating Lunar New Year far away from loved ones.

Where is the class of 2018 now? Yale’s “Four-Year Look” at employment

The Yale Office of Career Strategy published a report on the career choices of the Yale College class of 2018.

Yale Mock Trial Association talks diversity, club culture before spring season

At the heart of the Yale Mock Trial Association leadership efforts this year are diversity and team culture.

Chabad at Yale holds menorah lighting

Students gathered to commemorate the first night of Hanukkah with a ceremony at Beinecke Plaza on Dec. 18.

Yale accepts 10 percent of early applicants, marking lowest early acceptance rate in 20 years

On Dec. 15 at 5:00 p.m., Yale offered 776 early action applicants a seat in the College’s class of 2027, out of almost 7,800 applicants. About 1,626 students were deferred for consideration during the regular decision round, with 5,188 denied admission.

Yale negotiates settlement in mental health lawsuit

One week after Yale was sued for discriminating against students for mental health disabilities last, a joint motion was filed to end proceedings for the next 30 days. The University and the plaintiffs, which includes Elis for Rachael and two current students, engage in settlement discussions.

Shervin Dehmoubed ’25 deemed Forbes 30 Under 30

Shervin Dehmoubed’s revolutionary project combating unsustainable delivery packaging earned him a spot in this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 list under Manufacturing & Industry category.

Streamlined housing draw to occur simultaneously across colleges

After housing shortages forced many students out of their residential colleges last spring, administrators told the News that they are evaluating the current housing draw, which will now run on the same timeline for all residential colleges.

Navigating financial aid as an FGLI Student at Yale’s graduate and professional schools

What does the graduate school experience look like for first-generation, low-income students at Yale?

The strengths — and pitfalls — of Yale College advising

The News spoke to eight students and faculty members about how college and major advisers work across Yale College