Nathaniel Rosenberg
Staff Reporter
Nathaniel Rosenberg is City Editor for the News. He previously served as Audience Editor, where he managed the News's newsletter content, covered cops and courts and housing and homelessness for the City Desk. Originally from Silver Spring, MD, he is a junior in Morse College majoring in history.
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Yale police violently arrest four pro-Palestine protesters

Videos from Wednesday night show officers tackling two of the four protesters at the intersection of Rose and Alexander Walk. Two of the four people arrested are Yale students.

Encampment organizers post texts of administrator negotiations

Organizers posted a transcript on Instagram that they say show negotiations with Dean Pericles Lewis on Sunday, April 21. The texts, which were obtained by the News, show negotiations breaking down over the issue of disclosure of investments.

Smaller divestment protests continue on Cross Campus, in Sterling Memorial Library as organizers undergo leadership transition

Following the arrest of 48 pro-Palestine protesters on Monday morning, smaller demonstrations calling for Yale to divest from military weapons manufacturers continued on Tuesday. Lead organizers of “Occupy Beinecke” — the group that set up the three-night encampment on Beinecke Plaza — announced on social media that they had handed off leadership to a broader cohort of activists, renaming the coalition as “Occupy Yale.”

Salovey email overcounts protester arrests

In a Monday afternoon email, Yale President Peter Salovey said 60 protesters had been arrested on Beinecke Plaza. The News confirmed, however, that there were 48 arrests; Salovey has not yet publicly acknowledged his apparent error.

Pro-Palestine protesters arrested at Union Station

Metropolitan Transportation Authority police say they issued nine misdemeanor summons for second-degree breach of peace during a sit-in at Union Station protesting against Israel’s war in Gaza and U.S. military aid for Israel. Attendees say 13 people were arrested.

New Haven churches plan for busy Easter Season

Churches in New Haven are offering worship services to celebrate Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

Yale wins quizbowl national championship for second year in a row

The Bulldogs excelled across 17 games at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology last weekend.

Lupe Fiasco named Saybrook Associate Fellow

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

Student groups call on Yale to cancel contract with British security company, alleging human rights violations

Yalies4Palestine is circulating a resolution to join Columbia and Cornell in divesting from G4S due to the company’s alleged human rights abuses worldwide.

Yaledancers is “Golden” for their 50th anniversary show

Yale’s oldest dance group returns with a striking show.

NHPD investigates antisemitic flyers targeting SOM student

The flyers, which were posted around New Haven and Hamden last month, attacked Robert Lucas for his efforts to rename Whitney Avenue after Black academic Edward Bouchet.