Anika Seth
Staff Reporter
Anika Seth writes about STEM at Yale, including new programs and investments related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics on campus, 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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Economic Growth Center hosts virtual conversation on “Afghanistan’s Future: Development, the state and the humanitarian challenge”

The Jackson Institute, in conjunction with the Economic Growth Center, held a discussion between the last pre-Taliban Afghan Finance Minister, a University of London Think Tank Director and the Former Secretary for International Development under Theresa May on the future of the Afghan people, nation and economy.

New Haven students share personal experiences with “carceral culture” in schools

Youth-led New Haven activist organization hosts an online panel to discuss different facets of the school-to-prison pipeline and advocate for an end to NHPS’s contract with police.

After Gage’s resignation, Michael Brenes takes helm of Grand Strategy program

In response to Beverly Gage’s resignation announcement, which was motivated by concerns of inappropriate donor influence over the curriculum, Michael Brenes is slated to assume the interim director position next semester.

Senior film majors frustrated by University policy requiring actors to be masked while shooting

Filmmakers at Yale are adding new props to their senior projects this year: masks. Based on University COVID-19 policy, all students participating in short films […]

NHPS bus shortage causes pick-up and drop-off delays for about 900 K-12 students

New Haven Public Schools, or NHPS,  is among the many school systems across the country experiencing a bus driver shortage. The shortage affects about 900 […]

Red Bull Basement holds “Innovate New Haven” event to spark student interest in global innovation competition

On Oct. 13, Red Bull Basement, a global innovation competition geared toward students 18 and older, held an event called “Innovate New Haven” at District […]

Law School students tie police theory to policy at Yale’s Police, Law and Policy Clinic

In its first year of in-person work, the Police, Law, and Policy Clinic at Yale Law School is allowing students to translate empirical evidence on […]

Experts discuss climate policy and economic inequity in the ninth Yale Development Dialogue

Yale economics professors and famed environmentalists gathered on Tuesday to discuss the commitments of high and low-income countries to addressing climate change while correcting economic […]

Yale releases new study proving — again — that the so-called oldest map of America is a fake

The so-called oldest map of North America — the Vinland Map — sits in Yale’s Beinecke collection in a slim volume along with a medieval […]

Photo of Vinland Map
Yale Quantum Institute artist-in-residence program welcomes DJ Spooky

Yale Quantum Institute selects multimedia artist Paul D. Miller, known professionally as DJ Spooky, for a yearlong residency to be spent integrating quantum physics with fine arts.

YLS Liman Center members testify on solitary confinement in Pennsylvania

A public interest law center at Yale prepares longitudinal analysis of nationwide restrictive housing laws for expert testimony on a new Pennsylvania bill.

A photo of the YLS sign outside of the building