Yale Campus Girl Scouts collaborate with New Haven Boys & Girls Club

The Yale Campus Girl Scouts do more than just sell cookies — though they offer those as well. Since the pandemic started, the group has […]

The ‘Healthy Yale’ fence that wasn’t

Campus and social media was recently abuzz with speculation about the origins of a mysterious fence that appeared on Cross Campus — a fence that has […]

The black chain link fence standing in front of Berkeley North Court on Cross Campus on a sunny day.
Students living on farms reflect on unique financial aid complexities

When Kellie Geisel ’24 applied to Yale, she expected that she would be able to attend for free. All of Yale’s financial aid material promised […]

A rural intersection with a field across the road
Medically vulnerable Yalies left out of CT’s new vaccination plan

On Feb. 22, Gov. Ned Lamont announced that Connecticut will now follow a largely aged-based eligibility order instead of following the state’s previous plan of […]

A YNHH banner showing the location of a COVID-19 vaccination site hangs on a metal fence outdoors during the daytime.
Seventeen juniors, 47 seniors inducted into Phi Beta Kappa honor society

Phi Beta Kappa, an academic honor society with chapters at college campuses nationwide, announced a new class of 17 juniors and 47 seniors last Friday. […]

The sidewalk along Hillhouse Ave. during the daytime
Yale College Council partners with student environmental organizations to hold panel on climate justice

A “Climate Conversations: Centering Justice and Local Voices” panel last week sought to bring environmental justice — the concept of equitable and inclusive sustainability — […]

A mockup showing the Zoom call where the panel was hosted.
Students reflect on time in temporary housing

The grasp of the COVID-19 pandemic on Yale and the New Haven community at large remains strong, and as such, the University and its students […]

Jackson Institute finds success in Capstone Project, students and faculty say

Even as the COVID-19 pandemic has crippled in-person instruction, the global affairs major’s capstone project has adapted to the public health situation, according to students […]

Virtual Tour Series “Civil Rights from Reconstruction to Right Now” comes to an end with Daughters of the Movement talk

As Black History Month comes to its end, the Virtual Tour Series “Civil Rights from Reconstruction to Right Now,” co-sponsored by Yale Alumni Academy and […]

The exterior of the Yale Alumni Association building in the daytime from York St.
Qinxuan Pan allegedly stole vehicle the day of Yale student’s death

Qinxuan Pan, a person of interest in the shooting death of Kevin Jiang ENV ’22, allegedly stole a car in Massachusetts and swapped its license […]

Kevin Jiang smiling at the camera during a daytime hike
‘Integrating an institution’: Reflecting on May Day and social justice in Black communities

More than 50 years after the Black Panther Party trial shook the Elm City, the trial’s legacies of Black activism and social justice are still […]