Larissa Jimenez
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Ressa talks disinformation at Jackson talk

Faced with 11 charges imposed by Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte’s government, Maria Ressa, the former CNN journalist, had to post bail eight times to be […]

YPU, David Frum ’82 debate limits on legal immigration

David Frum ’82 — author, senior editor at The Atlantic and alumnus of the Tory Party — invited members of the Yale Political Union to […]

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The Progressive Party continues its petitioning process

Ever since the Progressive Party rejoined the Yale Political Union last semester, it has seen an uptick in interest from students — many of whom […]

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Sparber addresses YPU

Max Sparber —  a playwright, author and journalist — expressed his conflicting feelings and distress over the idea of art as propaganda before he opened […]

Quiara Alegría ’99 discusses art and disruption

Award-winning playwright and author Quiara Alegría Hudes ’99 discussed her career as an artist with University President Peter Salovey at the Marsh Lecture Hall stage […]

Journalist discusses humans, animals

Award-winning journalist and NYU Abu Dhabi Professor of Practice of Literature and Creative Writing Charles Siebert stressed empathy in his Tuesday talk on the interrelation […]

Schell Center hosts Nathan Law GRD ’20

Nathan Law GRD ’20, a controversial activist from Hong Kong, discussed his involvement in the territory’s protests — which have intensified since his initial leadership […]

Students and faculty weigh in on gender-integration of frats

As Yale College celebrates 50 years of coeducation, Engender — a student advocacy group — and its lawsuit pushing for gender-integration of frats has evoked […]

Security concerns in Saybrook following fall burglaries

Upon returning from fall break, some members of Saybrook College returned to find their suites upturned and robbed. On Monday, Saybrook Head of College Thomas […]

New Haven rallies prior to Supreme Court LGBTQ cases

As the Supreme Court prepares to hear three cases regarding LGBTQ rights in the workplace, Yale and New Haven activists rallied in front of the […]

Popular departments discuss majors

As sophomores face a major question — “what’s your major?” — large departments are continuing to solicit feedback for improving their curricula and supporting high […]