Hamera Shabbir
Staff Reporter
Hamera Shabbir covers golf and fencing for the Sports desk and the School of the Environment for the Science and Technology desk. Originally from California's Central Valley, she is a sophomore in Branford College majoring in Environmental Studies.
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All is golden for Nathan Chen ’24

It was a Nathan Chen ’24 masterclass as he earned the highest short-program score in Olympic history, won silver with Team USA and finished with a flourish to win gold.

Chen ’24 shatters world record in men’s short program, prepares for free skate

Nathan Chen ’24, who won a silver medal in the team event, broke his own Olympic record score and the world record for the men’s single short program event ahead of the free skate on Wednesday.

Nathan Chen poised to skate in first individual event after dazzling in team performance

After opening the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics by placing first in the men’s single short skating team event and earning the second-highest short program score in history, Chen will skate in the men’s single skating short program Monday night.

Nathan Chen opens Beijing with first-place, Olympic record-setting short program score

Nathan Chen ’24 glided to a personal best and Olympic record with his first-place opening short-program score of 111.71.

Yale researchers highlight environmental health disparities in LGBTQ+ populations

Two researchers at the Yale School of the Environment published a paper spotlighting the environmental health burden that members of the LGBTQ+ community experience.

International Society of Tropical Foresters hosts 28th Annual Conference

The International Society of Tropical Foresters is hosting its 28th Annual Conference, which will focus on restoration and recovery in the tropics.

Yale Athletics updates attendance policies, undergrads to return to the stands in February

Yale Athletics has issued a number of updates to fan attendance policies that will influence all members of the Yale community and a number of winter sports.

Yale Center for Business and Environment Advisory Board welcomes three new members

The Yale Center for Business and Environment’s Advisory Board added three members to its fold.

FENCING: Women triumph in all competitions, men bag three at Brandeis

The women’s fencing team won 6–0 at the Brandeis Invitational while the men’s team enjoyed three wins.

FENCING: Bulldogs ready for bouts in upcoming Brandeis Invitational

The Yale men’s and women’s fencing teams hope to showcase tactical recalibrations in their second competition of the season.

Yale participants in COP26 reflect on conference, aim for more action in COP27

More than 20 Yale affiliates across Yale College, the Yale School of the Environment, and the Yale Law School traveled to Glasgow to participate in COP26 over the past two weeks.