Britton O'Daly
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
“Dude, Do You Realize You’ve Been Stabbed?”

It was a sunny afternoon in late May. Jakub Madej ’20 was taking a stroll in the business district of Johannesburg, South Africa, after an […]

Leaked DeVos proposal would undercut Yale sexual misconduct policies

Newly proposed Department of Education policies for campus sexual misconduct obtained by the Times would require that universities like Yale only adjudicate allegations of sexual misconduct that take place on campus.

LEO formally breaks from SAE

LEO, the long-embattled Yale fraternity that was formerly a chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, formally broke from the national SAE organization on August 9, roughly two years after announcing that it would disaffiliate.

Khan set to return to Yale this fall

Saifullah Khan, the Yale undergraduate who in March was found not guilty of sexual assault after a two-and-half-year legal battle, will return to campus as a senior this fall.

With help from Yale alumni, Nguyen ’08 is freed from Vietnam

Nguyen, the American citizen and Yale alumnus arrested more than a month ago during protests in Ho Chi Minh City, will be released from government custody and deported.

While Kavanaugh was a member, DKE flew under the radar

The DKE that Kavanaugh belonged to was not the same organization that has generated negative headlines over the last decade, according to alumni.

In counter petition, Yale community defends Kavanaugh

Two days after hundreds of Yale Law School students and alumni circulated a petition condemning the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh ’87 LAW ’90 to the […]

In public, Yale stays silent on Nguyen

Over a week after Vietnamese authorities arrested Yale alumnus and American citizen Will Nguyen ’08, University President Peter Salovey has yet to make a public show of support for Nguyen, despite calls for action from alumni.

Block ’77 takes heat for firing anti-Trump cartoonist

John Block ’77 — the publisher of two newspapers and the namesake of a popular Yale journalism internship — fired a veteran artist after a clash over cartoons critical of Trump.

Yale lifts Khan’s suspension

Three months after a New Haven jury found him not guilty of rape, Saifullah Khan can return to Yale College — at least for now.

Yale alumnus detained at Vietnamese protest

Vietnamese authorities arrested Yale alumnus and American citizen Will Nguyen ’08 last Sunday for participating in protests against the creation of special economic zones in […]