Britton O'Daly
Staff Reporter
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Khan and his consort

Jon Andrews helped defend Khan against rape charges. Now, he says Khan assaulted him. For months, Jon Andrews was Saifullah Khan’s most ardent supporter.

Legal experts: Yale may have violated Clery Act

Jack Montague, the former Yale basketball captain expelled for sexual misconduct in 2016 and now suing the University on the grounds of gender discrimination, filed […]

Yale scraps party registration policy

Yale has ended its six-year-old policy requiring students to register off-campus parties attended by more than 50 people, Dean of Student Affairs Camille Lizarríbar announced in an email Wednesday afternoon.

A flag of underwear: Photo from Kavanaugh’s time shows DKE hijinks

A photograph that appeared in the Yale Daily News on Jan. 18, 1985, shows Kavanaugh’s fraternity brothers waving a flag woven from women’s underwear as part of a procession of DKE initiates marching across Yale’s campus.

Wood ’19 campaigns for Virginia State Senate

Walking past a spread of tea and biscuits, a portrait of Queen Elizabeth and several bookcases of Shakespeare’s works, Connor Wood ’19 settled into an […]

Facing brain cancer, beloved Yale chaplain reflects on tenure

After decades of service, Beloin’s time at Yale is coming to an end. In January, he announced to the STM community that an MRI scan had discovered a malignant tumor in his brain.

Just 5 percent of first years plan to move off campus

Only 6 percent of members of the Class of 2022 who responded to the News’ first-year survey intend to move off campus at some point during their college career.

New first years weigh in on campus politics

Nearly three-fourths of respondents identify as “very liberal” or “somewhat liberal.” While only 16 percent said they were centrist, and almost 9 percent somewhat “conservative,” slightly less than 2 percent of respondents identified as “very conservative.”

Class of 2022: By the Numbers

On Aug. 24, most members of Yale’s class of 2022 walked through University gates for the first time. The new first-year class set records for socioeconomic diversity and yield.

Lawrence ’21 remembered as kind, generous

Thomas Lawrence ’21, an undergraduate from Minneapolis, Minnesota who was originally a member of the class of 2019, has died. The death appeared to be a suicide, Dean of Yale Marvin Chun wrote in a campuswide email.

Davis ’67 calls Cohen case his “highest-profile assignment” ever

In the interview, Davis said Cohen’s case has been “the highest-profile assignment I’ve taken on, with the greatest level of risk.”