FGLI faculty to mentor students in revived campus program

Campus student groups are joining together to restore a program that connects low-income students to faculty members from similar backgrounds.

OCS releases activities report for the summer of 2022

The new report shows the internships, lab work and study abroad programs that Yale Students took on last summer.

Students express concern over academic accommodations for religious holidays

Several religious Yalies pointed to inconsistencies in the University’s accommodations for religious holidays, especially pointing to variance among deans.

Students push for guaranteed religious accommodations as new housing process takes effect

The new Yale College housing process prevents students from posing requests for religious and cultural accommodations to their respective residential college deans or chaplain’s offices.

Students vie for tour guide positions

The Yale admissions office opened up spring applications for campus tour guides — and has already received hundreds of applications.

Amended selection process underway for four Heads of College

In a more democratic selection process, four search committees are currently beginning work to choose the new Heads of College for Pierson, Benjamin Franklin, Trumbull and Silliman Colleges.

South Asian Youth Initiative Conference returns to Yale

The 2023 South Asian Youth Initiative Conference, or SAYI, featured performances, panels, speeches and meals that celebrated South Asian identity and diversity.

YCC extracurricular grant sparks conversation on club accessibility for FGLI Students

A $10,000 Yale College Council grant for first generation, low income students covers extracurricular-related expenses not accommodated for by the University Safety Net program.

Muslim Students Association and Yale Women’s Center celebrate World Hijab Day

Students from Yale’s Muslim Students Association worked with the Yale Women’s Center to set up a booth on Cross Campus for World Hijab Day on Feb. 1.

“Embrace your obstacles” says Yale’s resident Ninja Warrior

David Fleming ’26, a Morse College first year slated to compete on American Ninja Warrior this coming spring, sat down with the News to discuss his journey to internationally-televised ninjadom.

Students vote overwhelmingly in support of democratizing trustee elections

In last week’s YCC referendum, almost 90 percent of students voted in favor of democratization, although turnout was relatively low.