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For diverse faculty, admin roles hinder teaching

In spring 2014, 26 students enrolled in history and American Studies professor Mary Lui’s Asian-American history class. Last fall, that number spiked to 90, according to course demand statistics on the day final schedules were due. But if any students in the class hoped to take another class with Lui […]

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Reinstatement tough on int’ls

At the beginning of every semester, roughly 10 percent of Yale undergraduates board planes that take them across oceans, continents and national borders to reach the United States. Coping with the initial jet lag and culture shock, Yale’s international students face many challenges that their domestic peers do not. For […]

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Student groups consider effects of new colleges

At the start of every fall semester, thousands of Yale College students converge on Payne Whitney Gymnasium in search of new and exciting extracurricular activities. Starting in the fall of 2017, those thousands will be joined by an additional 200 students annually after the opening of Yale’s two new residential […]

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Kimberley Strassel ’94, journalist and author

Kimberley Strassel ’94 became a household name on Feb. 13, 2016, when she appeared with CBS anchors John Dickerson and Major Garrett to host the CBS Republican Debate in Greenville, S.C. “There was a moment when my brain was screaming, ‘Oh my god, there are 13 million people watching,’” she […]

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Students petition against the non-renewal of Michael Barry’s contract

Undergraduate and graduate students have written two petitions and personal letters to university administration and department heads in protest of the non-renewal of Michael Barry’s contract to teach at the university as an experienced lecturer in the Department of Near Eastern Studies next academic year. Barry has taught at the University for a […]

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