Buckley Program hosts 12th annual conference

In a conference dedicated to the 60th anniversary of Milton Friedman’s “Capitalism and Freedom,” prominent speakers spoke out against the climate around speech on college campuses

Yale Votes pushes for voter participation with new Saybrook Votes competition

Saybrook College’s Class of 2025 wins this fall’s Saybrook Votes with just over 40 percent of eligible students registered to vote.

Yale a cappella’s move away from gender labels

Several of Yale’s formerly single-gender a cappella groups moved to include students of all genders in recent rush cycles — a shift cemented by official policy from the Singing Group Council.

PROFILE | Chemistry professor Nilay Hazari’s mission to “educate, inspire and excite”

The News spoke to Nilay Hazari, a professor of chemistry, about his devotion to making STEM exciting.