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Raptivist brings artform to campus

Since its emergence as a distinct musical form in the 1960s and 1970s, hip-hop has quickly become one of America’s favorite genres of music. Aisha Fukushima, a self-described “raptivist” who led a raptivism workshop at the Law School last week, is pioneering efforts to use hip-hop music to enact social […]

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YCC report calls for more athletic trainers

The Yale College Council on Saturday published a report recommending that Yale’s athletic department invest in more athletic trainers, expand meal swipe options and start a tutoring program for student-athletes. Authored by the Yale Task Force on Student Athletes, the report is based on data gathered from a November town […]

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Popular vote pact gains traction, as Feingold visits campus

Since the country’s founding, the Electoral College has faced scrutiny. Opponents of the system argue that only around a dozen “battleground” states, where candidates spend a disproportionate amount of money and time vying for individual votes, matter in determining the winners of presidential elections. Voters in states like Texas, California […]

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Yale radio suspends operations

WYBCx, Yale’s student-run online radio station, has temporarily ceased operations after discovering it does not have licensing agreements for the music it plays. Students involved with WYBCx heard about the problem on Friday afternoon, when Emma Keyes ’19, the station’s general manager, sent out an email saying that “we do […]

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Ringgold to design Hopper windows

Artist and educator Faith Ringgold will design the new Grace Hopper College dining hall windows, the college’s Window Commission Committee announced on Feb. 15. The announcement comes a year after the college abandoned its former namesake, John C. Calhoun, class of 1804, in favor of Grace Hopper GRD ’34 and […]

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