Lindsay Daugherty
Staff Reporter
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Yale Dramat to perform student-written play

When a.k. Payne ’19 first read “Joy My Freedom: Southern Black Women’s Lives and Labors After the Civil War” by Princeton University professor of history […]

Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone makes case for capitalism

In a talk at Linsly-Chittenden Hall on Monday, Home Depot co-founder Kenneth Langone — who recently donated $100 million to the New York University School […]

Nguyen ’08 returns to Yale after month in Vietnamese prison

Less than two months after his release from Vietnamese prison, Will Nguyen ’08, who was arrested in July during protests in Ho Chi Minh City, […]

200 Yale Law students gather for Kavanaugh hearing

Eyes glued to TV screens, around 200 Yale Law School students gathered in the Sterling Law Building as the first woman to accuse Brett Kavanaugh ’87 LAW ’90 of sexual misconduct testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday.

Roy Wood Jr. talks comedy and politics

By LINDSAY DAUGHERTY STAFF REPORTER “People either want to laugh to escape, or they want to laugh to not feel alone in feeling the way […]

Sororities host fundraising events

Last week, sororities Pi Beta Phi and Alpha Phi danced and brunched to raise money for their philanthropic ventures as part of their largest fundraisers […]

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Murphy, activists rush for gun reform

“So much happens before someone pulls a trigger; your job as Yale Law students is to fix the policy violence,” gun control activist Matt Post […]

SOM study reveals gender inequity in patent process

Three professors at the Yale School of Management recently published an analysis that revealed gender disparities in the patenting process. Kyle Jensen, Balázs Kovács and […]

Rhythmic Blue closes season to full house

In its final three performances of the year, Rhythmic Blue pulsed with energy, feeding off the excitement of pack crowds in the Off Broadway Theater. […]

State lawmakers continue push for net neutrality

State lawmakers’ efforts to combat the Trump administration’s repeal of net neutrality have hit a roadblock, but Democratic lawmakers in Connecticut still want to see […]

First-year show “Quakes” with drama

Yale students will perform this weekend in the “FroShow,” an annual production put on entirely by first-year students. This year’s play is Melanie Marnich’s “Quake,” […]