Evan Gorelick
Staff Reporter
Evan Gorelick is Managing Editor of the Yale Daily News. He previously covered Woodbridge Hall, with a focus on the University's finances, budget and endowment. He also laid out the weekly print edition of the News as a Production and Design Editor. Originally from Woodbridge, Connecticut, he is a junior in Timothy Dwight College double-majoring in English and economics.
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Admiral Richard Chen talks Taiwanese blockade contingency plan

Yale Foreign Policy Initiative hosted Taiwanese military officials to discuss U.S.-China-Taiwan relations this week.

YCC candidates talk FGLI student advocacy and Yale-New Haven relations in debate

On Monday night, students gathered to watch 12 YCC candidates discuss their platforms and priorities.

Yale Dems hosts former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney ’87 for talk on campus

From playing in a rock band to reporting in Russia, Carney spoke about his career path and time in the West Wing at the event on Thursday evening.

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Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen reflects on Yale and public service

Yellen spoke about mentor James Tobin, being a woman in academia and her policy of modern supply-side economics.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to speak on modern supply side economics at SOM on Monday

Yellen will discuss modern supply-side economics in the context of research at Yale’s Tobin Center for Economic Policy.

University announces construction plan for new SEAS quad

The project, which will begin this summer, includes the demolition of 17 Hillhouse Ave. and the construction of a new School of Engineering & Applied Science quadrangle in its place.

Undergraduate arrested after YPD finds firearm, illegal drugs in dorm

The student was escorted out of Benjamin Franklin College last Wednesday evening.

Paul McCartney recounts a life of songwriting at talk on campus

Paul McCartney said “Hey Bulldog” at a talk in Woolsey Hall on Thursday night.

University leaders issue AI guidance in response to growing popularity of ChatGPT

Students, professors and administrators anticipate significant changes to teaching and learning at Yale as artificial intelligence technology continues to improve and develop.

Students vote overwhelmingly in support of democratizing trustee elections

In last week’s YCC referendum, almost 90 percent of students voted in favor of democratization, although turnout was relatively low.