Dining halls resume indoor dining as administrators express optimism about COVID-19 numbers

Dining halls will transition from grab-and-go to dine-in service on Monday, a decision that Dean of Student Affairs Melanie Boyd said came “earlier than expected.”

A look inside the Tina E. Yeh Fellowship, which supports AAPI advocacy work

The Association of Asian American Yale Alumni is once again offering a fellowship centered around Asian American community service in remembrance of former student Tina E. Yeh.

Dwight Hall to continue operating remotely through the spring

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Dwight Hall will continue to hold its community outreach initiatives in a remote format, a move that student leaders expressed dissatisfaction with.

“A very expensive podcast”: Students return to online classes amid heightened pandemic restrictions

As the semester kicked off this week with online classes, mandatory quarantines and grab-and-go dining, students spoke about the unique challenges they have faced during their return.

“Cosplaying as a different class character”: life as a low-income student at Yale

Students reflect on income inequality at Yale in light of statistics about Yale College income distribution published in January’s financial aid lawsuit.

Bulldogs slowly return to campus

While undergraduate classes began on Tuesday, many students are taking advantage of the two weeks of online instruction and have delayed their return to campus.

YCC calls for student input in administrators’ COVID-19 decisions

As the University develops COVID-19 protocol for the spring 2022 semester, the Yale College Council has met with administrators to demand increased student input and changes to COVID-19 policies.

Yale and New Haven organizations collaborate on end-of-semester food drive

David Foster ’24 and Nicholas Perez ’24 co-organized an end-of-semester food drive, working with various on-campus groups to collect nonperishable food donations for the Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen.

“No Plans of Giving Up”: Elis for Rachael pushes for mental health care reform at Yale

Elis for Rachael, a group of Yale students and alumni and some of those who knew Rachael Shaw-Rosenbaum ’24, has lobbied for nine months for reforms to Yale mental health policies.

Christian student groups gather for Interministry Worship Night

Seven Christian groups at Yale came together Sunday for the first interministry worship session in recent memory.

YCC issues statement on hate crime near campus

An attempted armed robbery and hate crime occurred on Monday night on Chapel Street between York and Park Streets, prompting a response from the Yale College Council’s LGBTQ+ Affinity Group. No one was injured.