Ahmed Elbenni
Staff Reporter
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Q&A with Abrar Omeish ’18, president of the Yale Muslim Students’ Association

Q: What did you make of the election results? A: I think a lot of people were in shock, but I think a lot of […]

Elm City protests TD Bank over Dakota pipeline

On Wednesday evening, around 300 protestors gathered in the cold outside TD Bank on Chapel Street to protest the company’s funding of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Researchers distinguish types of PTSD for treatment

Fifteen years after 9/11, a new Yale study may help scientists develop treatments for first responders suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

New Haven ranked 17th in nation with rodent problems

Orkin, the leading pest control company in the United States, issued a press release last month listing the U.S.’s “50 Rattiest Cities.” The list ranked Hartford and New Haven as the 17th most rodent-infested cities in the country.

$1 million transportation study launched

After 10 years, two failed Board of Aldermen votes and a false start last year, a $1 million study to improve commuting throughout New Haven was officially launched this past October.

The Divide

Ishrat Mannan ’17 stood by a lonely table, pamphlets in hand. Her disinterested classmates streamed past her, lining up to attend the event of the […]

A safe space for faith

Dozens of students streamed into the building, chatting excitedly as they prepared for dinner. The air was abuzz with the excitement of a party — a typical scene on a Friday night at Yale. The students were Muslims from across the Northeast, gathering at St. Thomas More, the Catholic Chapel and Center at Yale, for a night of spiritual reflection and fun. Welcome to the Ivy Muslim Conference.