Alex Ori
Staff Reporter
Alex covers campus politics. She is a freshman in Trumbull College majoring in English.
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Yale Divinity School sees strong donor engagement in 2020-21

The Yale Divinity School received an almost 31 percent increase in donor gifts in the previous fiscal year, a sign of support amid the COVID-19 […]

Yale Divinity School goes dark to save migrating birds

Following student advocacy, the Yale Divinity School will now pledge to dim or turn off all nonessential lights during fall and spring bird migrations, as […]

Yale Debate Association sees success at national tournament

The Yale Debate Association has had an notably successful year despite the club moving online. Most recently, members received top awards at the American Parliamentary Debate Association’s Online National Tournament, which occurred from April 23 to April 25.

The front of Sterling Library from Cross Campus.
School of Management chef hosts cooking classes to increase engagement, create community

Assistant Director of the School of Management and Senior Executive Chef David Kuzma is trying to build a community among the students at SOM through virtual cooking classes.

A screenshot of Kuzma
17 Yale affiliates named to Biden SCOTUS commission

On April 9, President Joe Biden issued an executive order creating the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States, a 36-person group […]

A view of the Supreme Court in the evening.
Yale Political Union hosts Noam Chomsky to debate the American empire

On Tuesday, the Yale Political Union hosted a debate where participants discussed the American empire and whether or not it should end. The debate featured […]

Yale Dems release 2021 Voting Climate Report

On Monday, the Yale College Democrats released their 2021 Voting Climate Report. Among other items, the report discussed voting culture and voter history on campus, […]

Buckley Program hosts screening and Q&A session of Justice Clarence Thomas documentary

The William F. Buckley Jr. Program hosted a two-part event, on Monday and Tuesday, about the 2020 documentary titled “Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His […]

Yale Political Union hosts debate on patriotism

On Tuesday, the Yale Political Union hosted a debate in which participants discussed the consequences and rewards of patriotism and whether it should be promoted […]

YHHAP discusses policing, incarceration and homelessness with panel of experts

On Nov. 14, the Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action Project, a student organization focused on tackling hunger and homelessness in New Haven, hosted a Zoom […]

Af-Am House hosts winter clothing drive

As the cold weather sets in, the Afro-American Cultural Center has found a way to help the New Haven community — by collecting winter clothing. […]