The First African American Student Body President in the 318-Year History of Yale University

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Recently, Kahlil Greene was elected president of the Yale College Council. This is the equivalent of student body president at a majority of colleges and universities across the United States. Greene will be the first African American to hold the position in the university’s 318-year history. Greene ran on a platform with four major tenets: 1. The facilitation of meaningful interactions between Yale and New Haven. 2. The fostering of a safer, healthier, and more equitable campus culture. 3. The enhancement of the quality of the university’s academics and facilities. 4. The improvement of...

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