Isha Dalal
Staff Reporter
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Jaffer explains Trump-Twitter suit

As the social media habits of President Donald Trump continue to draw criticism, Jameel Jaffer, the founding director of Columbia University’s Knight First Amendment Institute, […]

At YPU, O’Malley defends sanctuary cities

Martin O’Malley, the former governor of Maryland and a Democratic presidential candidate in 2016, defended sanctuary cities in a speech before the Yale Political Union on Tuesday.

Yale versus Harvard: Fall 2017

Field Hockey: On Sept. 23, Harvard staged a late comeback at Johnson Field to defeat Yale 2–1. The Bulldogs were 36 seconds away from an […]

Gendercide underreported

Gendercide — the killing of female infants, often by mothers’ family members in societies where sons are valued more highly than daughters — is still […]

Durfee’s ups swipe value, adds options

A hub of activity during lunch hours, Durfee’s Sweet Shoppe boasts a wide variety of items to choose from and each day sees a seemingly never-ending flow of students stop by to grab a bite between classes.

Kerry, Gore call for climate action

On Thursday evening, Yale’s Kerry Initiative — an interdisciplinary program established last spring — hosted a conversation between Kerry and Gore at the School of Management.

Food carts get new tables

New picnic tables were built close to the flock of food trucks near Ingalls Rink, making it easier for lunch-goers to find seats near the food vendors.

Visiting students adjust to Yale

Students in this year’s Visiting International Students Program, hailing from Hong Kong, Singapore and India, are excited about the prospect of spending a semester or a full year on campus.

DALAL: Pop the bubble

It’s okay to have an opinion. It’s okay to have an opinion that isn’t popular. More importantly, it’s okay to express an opinion, even if […]

Residents optimistic after primary

After Mayor Toni Harp’s landslide re-election primary victory, Elm City leaders and residents expressed optimism about the prospect of another term for the incumbent mayor. […]

State joins lawsuit against DACA reversal

Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen, under the auspices of Gov. Dannel Malloy, has joined 14 states and the District of Columbia in a lawsuit against […]