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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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.

YCC holds referendum on Yale Corp democratization

Starting Monday, students will be able to vote on two yes-or-no questions regarding the election process for the Board of Trustees; voting will close Friday at 9 a.m.

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.