Natalie Wright
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Republican women scarce at Yale

The 2016 presidential election has Yale women on both sides of the aisle discussing the state of the Republican party, even while a small fraction of conservative women at Yale will support Donald Trump in this election.

Robbie Short
Police phones still in planning stage

A new initiative to foster communication between New Haven police officers and the communities they serve could be as simple as a tool in their back pockets: cell phones.

All-female play tackles gender issues

As Hillary Clinton LAW ’73 runs to be America’s first female president, one play at Yale is already seeking to address the notion of female leadership. A modern rendition of Shakespeare’s “Henry IV” opens Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Off Broadway Theater. The all-female cast of 10 represents trans and non-gender-binary actors in a political and theatrical endeavor.

Yale study links schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s

Last week, a research team led by Yale School of Medicine professor Paul Lombroso published findings that linked schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s disease.

Philosophy professor under fire for online post

Yale Philosophy professor Jason Stanley recently drew national attention for his strong response to a keynote address at the Society of Christian Philosophers’ regional conference Sept. 24 to 26.