Anika Seth
Staff Reporter
Anika Seth writes about STEM at Yale, including new programs and investments, and works on the production team. Originally from the D.C. Metro area, Anika is a first-year in Branford College double majoring in biomedical engineering and women's, gender and sexuality studies.
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Yale summer stipend delay forces some students to pay out of pocket 

Due to pandemic-related travel approval delays, some students may receive their International Study Award stipends after their fees are due for non-Yale summer programs — […]

FEATURE: South Asian students speak on identity, belonging at Yale

Finding a space of belonging and community can be difficult for some South Asian students, as the label of “Asian” often gets defaulted to East Asian.

World’s youngest Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai delivers Silliman college tea

Malala Yousafzai told Yalies about her college experience, activist burnout and how she maintains everyday joy at a Silliman College tea on Tuesday.

Survey reveals strong feelings of exclusion among marginalized groups in Yale’s math department

A soon-to-be-released report shows that many in the math department are dissatisfied with departmental diversity. Interviews with members of the climate committee demonstrated the difficulties of diversifying the sciences, as well as the hopeful bright spots for progress.

Yale professor chairs advisory committee for first Eastern European artificial intelligence institute 

Computer science professor Dragomir Radev traveled to Bulgaria to speak at the launch event for INSAIT, the first artificial intelligence and computer science institute in Eastern Europe

Computer Science faculty call for first facilities change in 30 years

As the computer science department continues on its track to expand, both in student enrollment and faculty size, some faculty members expressed strong concerns about the outdated nature of Arthur K. Watson Hall.

Law School graduate and women’s rights advocate Reshma Saujani chosen as 2022 Class Day speaker 

On April 4, Yale announced that Reshma Saujani LAW ’02, advocate for women’s economic and academic empowerment and founder of Girls Who Code, will speak at this year’s Class Day.

Residential colleges face housing shortages for class of 2024

With the class of 2025’s historically large class size and the numerous current sophomores who took gap years, many colleges report having shortages of housing going into the housing draw for members of the class of 2024.

South Asian Society puts on spring arts showcase

Last Friday, over 400 audience members gathered in Woolsey Hall for the South Asian Society’s annual spring event, Dhamaal, an immersive South Asian arts showcase […]

Yale kicks off search for new science dean

A committee will search for the next FAS divisional leader, who will come into the full-time role as Yale makes sweeping steps in its science strategy.

Science and engineering faculty share enthusiasm about University investment plan

As the endowment grows and fundraising campaign progresses, Yale officials released plans for new science-focused hires and facilities on Tuesday morning.