Miranda Wollen
Staff Reporter
Miranda Wollen is the University Editor for the News; she also writes very silly pieces for the WKND section. She previous covered Faculty and Academics, and she is a junior in Silliman College double-majoring in English and Classics.
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Conservative ‘doxxing truck’ arrives on Yale’s campus

The truck, which displays the names and faces of individuals that the conservative action group Accuracy in Media deems to be “Yale’s Leading Antisemites,” was spotted in multiple locations across Yale’s campus on Thursday, Nov. 16.

UP CLOSE: When graduate student-adviser relationships go awry

Advisers are graduate students’ lifelines at Yale: they provide guidance in academic and professional matters and boost students into their postgrad lives. But when these relationships turn sour, few resources exist for graduate students to equitably resolve faculty conflicts.

Lupe Fiasco named Saybrook Associate Fellow

The Grammy-winning rapper, singer, record producer and entrepreneur will become a member of Saybrook’s Fellowship program.

Film students express frustration over decrease in CPA funding

The maximum amount students can be awarded has been decreased to $500 for most projects that are not student theses.

Working group reports on FAS’s treatment of instructional faculty

A coalition of faculty and administrative members released a report through the FAS Dean’s Office on Yale’s treatment of instructional faculty.

Students advocate for official disability studies program

Across the University, students and staff are pushing for the creation of an official department and research center dedicated to the discipline of disability studies.

Tracy K. Smith delivers 2023 Foundational Course Lecture

In continuation of a new Yale English tradition, the former U.S. Poet Laureate read a number of her poems on Tuesday evening.

Yale to offer first Indigenous language course in fall 2023

With the advent of a new Cherokee lecture course, Yale will introduce the first Native American language class which can satisfy the college’s language requirement.

Branford College hosts TV writer Michael Koman for tea

On Thursday night, Branford students and comedy fans gathered in the residential college’s common room to hear writer and comedian Michael Koman discuss his writing process, his creative fears and his favorite “Nathan for You” scenes.

Dragomir Radev, computer science professor and AI expert, dies at 54

The world-renowned researcher and popular computer science professor, described as tireless and compassionate, taught some of the department’s most popular courses on artificial intelligence and natural language processing.

University orders student groups out of 305 Crown Street space

A number of on-campus organizations have raised concerns after a Thursday memo asked them to vacate 305 Crown Street, the building where 15 groups are currently housed.