Natalie Wright
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
State politicians offer different views on AHCA failure

Connecticut’s political leaders offered drastically different takes on the outcome of the health care showdown.

Gelernter still in running to be science advisor

Yale computer science professor David Gelernter ’76 is still in the running to be Trump’s science adviser.

Yalies displeased with Schwarzman ’69 in D.C.

Yale students and Schwarzman Scholars are discontent with his role in the Trump administration.

Trump moves to roll back regulations

Last Friday, President Donald Trump issued a memorandum regarding an executive order outlining standards for regulation of the country’s financial system which might roll back parts of Dodd-Frank.

Law School clinic’s immigration case develops

After pressure from a Yale Law School team, a federal judge extended a court order prohibiting the United States government from deporting individuals based on President Donald Trump’s executive order.

Yale community feels impact of immigration ban

There have been multiple reports of students, alumni and faculty at Yale who are directly affected by Trump’s executive order.

Trump cabinet appointments spawn FFY protest

The protest came in response to President Donald Trump’s recent appointments of climate-change deniers to his cabinet

Study sheds light on quantum-state information

A research team led by Yale physics researchers Victor Albert ’17 and Liang Jiang recently published findings that could aid in the creation of quantum computers.

Nearly 500 protest Trump on Green

In the most recent wave of demonstrations, roughly 500 people gathered on the steps of the New Haven Courthouse Sunday afternoon to protest President-elect Donald Trump.

Yale model sheds light on bubonic plague

Last month, a research team led by Yale School of Public Health professors Jeffrey Townsend and Joseph Lewnard presented a model that described the transmission of bubonic plague during one of its major epidemics.

Katherine Xiu
Conservatives quiet on campus and in city

Already outnumbered on Yale’s campus and in New Haven, conservative voices in the Elm City are struggling to challenge popular liberal views.