First-year student creates lung kit based on COVID-19 to educate children about virus

A first-year student in Yale College has designed a lung kit that models how COVID-19 spreads to help educate children on the virus. Sophia De […]

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Yale Hospitality hosts ‘honey sommelier’

On Feb. 22, Yale Hospitality hosted Carla Marina Marchese in a virtual Food Conversation series event entitled “Honey Exploration Passport to Global Foods.”  The event […]

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CGCC initiative continues to hold virtual events, career fairs

Nearly five years after its founding, the Common Good and Creative Careers Initiative within Yale’s Office of Career Strategy continues to progress in its mission […]

LGBTQ community events targeted by Zoom-bombing attacks

Editor’s Note: This article contains descriptions of racist, homophobic, anti-transgender, antisemitic, pornographic, obscene and violent words and images. Two February events sponsored by the Office […]

Yale TikTok: A potential market for Gen-Z students

TikTok has become an increasingly popular social media outlet for many Yalies, with the top videos from Yale students averaging half a million views.   […]

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Dean’s Excuse expansion in effect for spring semester

Shortly before last semester’s finals period, the Yale College Council and the Yale College Dean’s Office finalized their expansion of the dean’s excuse to include […]

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Bass Library, closed for flooding, expected to reopen March 1

Bass Library is expected to reopen to students in the coming week following a monthlong closure due to flooding. On Jan. 29, a frozen sprinkler […]

Yalies share thoughts on New Haven safety and YPD following Jiang’s death

In the weeks following the shooting death of Kevin Jiang ENV ’22 and several other deaths in New Haven, Yale parents and students have renewed […]

Yale Young Democratic Socialists of America launch campaign demanding a ‘Just COVID plan from Yale’

The Yale chapter of the Young Democratic Socialists of America, a student political group on campus, officially launched its COVID-19 action plan last Friday to […]

Texan Yalies observe their state in crisis amid winter storm

The ground outside of Jessie Cheung’s ’24 Davenport College window has been blanketed with snow for nearly the entire month she has been on campus. […]

East Asian food service startup wins first place at Hult Prize @ Yale

Last month, five Yale teams competed in the annual Hult Prize @ Yale program, which challenged students to address this year’s “food for good” theme […]