Evan Gorelick
Staff Reporter
Evan Gorelick covers Woodbridge Hall with a focus on the Yale Corporation, endowment, finances and development. He is a Production and Design Editor and previously covered faculty and academics at the News. Originally from Woodbridge, Connecticut, he is a sophomore in Timothy Dwight College double-majoring in English and economics.
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Salovey names DEI, health and fundraising top priorities for 2023

This year will see an expansion into health research, continued rollout of the Belonging at Yale initiative and fundraising for the capital campaign.

University reports strong financial position for 2023

Yale reported an operational surplus of $166 million in its annual budget report, although the report also highlighted some areas of concern.

Laurie Santos steps down as Silliman Head of College

Santos, who is currently on leave from Yale, announced in an email to Silliman students that she will not return as Silliman HoC. University administration plans to share more information about the hiring process next week.

School of Medicine administrator indicted in $3.5 million fraud scheme during previous employment at NYU

Cindy Tappe lost her position at Yale after pleading not guilty to all four charges of the indictment.

The University’s “revolving door”: a look at Yale’s lobbying priorities

Yale is currently lobbying state and federal officials for increased student aid, research funding, regional development subsidies and international student support.

EJC meets with CT Attorney General’s office to discuss legal complaint against University

The State will review the questions raised by the complaint, which alleges that the University’s fossil fuel investments violate state law.

University fundraising spiked during the pandemic, but a dip may be coming

New virtual programming and favorable markets drove Yale to its strongest two years of fundraising ever. But changing market tides may soon reverse pandemic trends.

Yale Investments Office declines to participate in diversity study

When asked to comment on staff diversity, the Investments Office quickly updated its website, adding more women and people of color to its online roster.

Students continue to report WiFi troubles despite “dramatically enhanced” network standards

Yale’s Next Generation Network project is well underway, but improvements claimed by the University do not appear to have impacted user experience.

Blue fences and yellow tape: a look into ongoing campus construction and renovation

Last week, University Provost Scott Strobel detailed 11 ongoing construction projects in Yale’s annual facilities report.

Class-action retirement lawsuit against Yale goes to trial

A federal judge ruled on Friday the University must appear in court over possible mismanagement of employee retirement funds.