Keshav Raghavan
Staff Reporter
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RAGHAVAN: “Not all who wander are lost”

Four years down the road, Yale can still be an intimidating place. The people you meet here are gifted at such an astonishing range of […]

Jessie Cheung
Liang withdraws nomination to Fed Reserve’s Board of Governors

The monthslong search to fill two empty seats on the Federal Reserve’s board of governors will carry on. Lecturer at the Yale School of Management […]

SOM lecturer nominated to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors

Another face familiar to the Yale community is poised to join the highest echelons of the federal government. U.S. President Donald Trump nominated Jean Nellie […]

Kavanaugh scrutiny intensifies

President Donald Trump on Monday called for a “full process” in the investigation of a nearly 40-year-old sexual assault allegation against Yale alumnus and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh ’87 LAW ’90.

New Trump book by Bob Woodward ’65 ignites debate

Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and Yale lecturer Bob Woodward ’65, the reporter whose work exposed the Watergate scandal, is back on the nation’s front pages — […]

Thousands race through the Elm City on Labor Day

The New Haven Green was abuzz Monday morning as runners from across the country and state gathered for the Faxon Law New Haven Road Race. […]

Alum takes heat in FL governor’s race

Florida gubernatorial nominee and former Yale baseball captain U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis ’01, R-Fla. faced backlash this week for a remark that some interpreted as racist.

Heat wave hits Yale

As Yalies started classes on Wednesday, a heat wave swept across the Connecticut region, making for a sweaty first day of school on campus and […]

Local officials criticize plan to arm teachers

Local educators and politicians expressed skepticism over the use of educational funds to arm teachers in schools after reports emerged last week that the federal […]

Connecticut politicians criticize new farm bill

Connecticut politicians and nonprofits have voiced concerns about the effect proposed changes to the federal farm bill may have on the state. On April 18, […]

CT lawmakers criticize Trump order

Two members of Connecticut’s congressional delegation criticized a move by the Trump administration to review federal social welfare programs last week. Trump put such programs […]