John Besche
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Robertson speaks at SOM

Viewers are accustomed to reading and viewing the latest headlines, but in a Monday afternoon talk, CNN International Diplomatic Editor Nic Robertson presented what is […]

PROFILE: SOM Professor Teresa Chahine

In one of Evans Hall’s signature cylindrical classrooms on Wednesday, a group of around 20 students huddled around a podium as food entrepreneur Greg Grinfeld […]

Yale-NUS prof proves microbes link ecosystems

Yale-NUS professor Stephen Pointing has proved that the Great Barrier Reef is affected by microbes from the seemingly unconnected ecosystem of continental Australia — prompting […]

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YDS receives largest-ever donation

The Yale Divinity School has received $15 million to help fund a sustainable residential complex — among the largest gifts ever bequeathed to a divinity […]

FES, G&G to rebrand

Aiming to paint a fuller picture of their scopes, two Yale institutions — the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and the Department of Geology […]

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SOM hosts cannabis conference

Over 150 attendees from across the legal cannabis industry gathered in Evans Hall last Friday to discuss the issues facing the growing business community, according […]

YLS students protest firm’s Exxon ties

Yale Law School students protested an elite law firm’s ties to ExxonMobil at a recruitment event for Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison LLC. Around […]

The Case for Chlamydia

It’s getting colder and colder. Leaning my face against a window pane for a late-afternoon contemplative stare is turning my nose red and my skin […]

Yale-NUS launches artist-in-residence program

Christa Donner and Andrew Yang — multidisciplinary artists who focus on art that relates to people’s relationships with the natural world — will be Yale-NUS’s […]

Flood pushes law students out of housing

A pipe burst in Baker Hall early Monday morning, flooding parts of the building, causing extensive water damage and forcing students to evacuate their rooms […]

YLS students speak about clerking for Trump appointees

Now that one fifth of the federal judiciary has been appointed by the Trump administration, many progressive law students have expressed reluctance to apply for […]