By design, the US immigration system is broken, making it hard for international students to come to America. But the Trump administration and the COVID-19 pandemic have not only revealed issues around F-1 visas and taxing financial aid packages, but they have also worsened them
While the Yale clubs and campus groups that donated and called for systemic change this summer haven’t gone silent, levels of activity on racial justice have descended from their summer highs.
Historical contextualization of the model minority myth and Asian American history in the US allows us to understand how Asian social mobility has been inextricably linked with anti-Blackness.
Students are not the only ones adjusting to Zoom University. Yale faculty are facing pressure to adapt their teaching styles and work-from-home approach, and they often do this in creative and innovative ways.
Shattering a friendship so that the PHC can have a conversation with kids who obviously don’t care just doesn’t seem worth it.
Though restaurants in the New Haven area surrounding Yale are experiencing some of the same general economic effects associated with the novel coronavirus that all restaurants across the United States suffer from, the area’s affiliation with the university has brought about a particularly dramatic change to operations.
We never talked about stopping. It never came up.
The Duncan’s 30-to-40-some-odd residents made up a tiny part of the count of people experiencing housing insecurity in the city, but their dramatic displacement was key to mobilizing public support.