Gavin Guerrette
Staff Reporter
Gavin Guerrette covers faculty scholarship & breakthroughs. He is a freshman in Branford College majoring in Humanities.
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Yale research study indicates opposition to defunding or abolishing police

A research article written by Yale professor Gregory Huber and two other Yale affiliates examines opposition to defunding and abolishing the police while presenting viable considerations for reform.

Yale law professors weigh in on Supreme Court reform

The Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States — to which 17 Yale affiliates were named — released its final report in December. Amidst discussion of nominations and reforms, three Yale law professors reflect on the commission and consider reform.

Yale hosts free online courses on intersection of religion and ecology

The Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology released a series of free online courses that cover world religions and their relationship with ecology in an effort to impact the way people consider environmental issues. 

Yale and New Haven organizations collaborate on end-of-semester food drive

David Foster ’24 and Nicholas Perez ’24 co-organized an end-of-semester food drive, working with various on-campus groups to collect nonperishable food donations for the Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen.

Yale Law School European Law Association co-hosts climate initiatives talk

The Yale European Law Association co-hosted a Monday talk on European Union climate initiatives. It featured leading scholars and analysts on matters of EU climate policy.

Professor William Jennings highlighted for work tying together race, religion and the environment

William “Willie” Jennings, associate professor of systematic theology and Africana studies at the Yale Divinity School, discussed his work bridging theology and race in an […]