Emmett Shell
Staff Reporter
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Environmental activists criticize new turf fields

On Feb. 6, New Haven City Plan commissioners gave Quinnipiac University a stamp of approval for a new turf field — less than two months […]

Climate organizers react to Lamont

After edging out Republican candidate Bob Stefanowski last November, newly elected Gov. Ned Lamont SOM ’80 enters office with Democratic majorities in both chambers of […]

Environmental Advisory Council brainstorms future ideas

New Haven’s Environmental Advisory Council met on Wednesday night to discuss pertinent sustainability issues facing the city. From brainstorming ways to enforce the state’s idling […]

CT DREAMers, advocates reject Trump’s DACA proposal

Earlier this week, congressional Democrats rejected U.S. President Donald Trump’s compromise to end the monthlong partial government shutdown, which offered temporary protection to DREAMers — […]

Study investigates method for limiting climate change

A technique known as stratospheric aerosol injection could potentially help the world limit climate change, according to a new study by Yale and Harvard researchers. […]

DataHaven to produce statewide report on health equity

DataHaven, a New Haven-based nonprofit dedicated to researching and sharing public data for effective decision-making by government officials and communities alike, is expected to produce […]

Richardson ‘19 and Grode ’21 run for state house

Yale students are famous for their political engagement — working on elections, debating policy issues and persuading their classmates to vote. After graduation, many alumni […]

New scholarship supports first-gen SOM students

To support first-generation college students who matriculate to the School of Management, the graduate business school has launched a new scholarship — the Lise Pfeiffer […]

Yale Daily News
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Before Shanghai opener, Elis study up on China

As this year’s preseason comes to a close, the Yale men’s basketball team has stuck to its usual routine of daily practices and workouts. But […]

FIELD HOCKEY: Davies Builds on Success

Adjusting to American culture poised no problem for Scotland native and midfielder Imogen Davies ’21, whose formidable entry onto the Yale field hockey team included […]

SOM study estimates higher undocumented immigration numbers

Researchers at the Yale School of Management have estimated the number of undocumented immigrants in the United States to be nearly twice as large as […]