Adnan Bseisu
Contributing Reporter
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Cambridge’s Scott Mandelbrote lectures on lost Newton book

At a Wednesday lecture at the Beinecke Library, historian Scott Mandelbrote discussed his recent work in authenticating a lost Isaac Newton notebook.

MENA students celebrate new space and push for more representation

The celebration on Oct. 28 marked a milestone in the group’s journey towards a more established campus presence. Students say they will continue to advocate for a larger space.

John Delury demystifies US-China relations in new book about Yale prisoner of war

At a Monday talk at the Jackson School of Global Affairs, author John Delury discussed his recent book and US-China relations with Yale professors.

Yale study sheds light on Earth’s deadliest extinction event

Researchers at Yale and collaborating universities used innovative scanning technology on a 250-million-year-old reptile fossil from Antarctica to discover new insights about the aftermath of the Permian-Triassic extinction event.

Snyder urges long-term thinking on Ukraine

At a Wednesday talk held at the Jackson School of Global Affairs, professor of history Timothy Snyder and Harvard professor Serhii Plokhii discussed the implications of the war.

Recession fears spark job recruitment concerns among seniors; OCS says not to worry

Although the United States is not technically in a recession, some major companies have begun slowing hiring or laying off employees, raising concerns for students hoping to enter the job market.