Neha Middela
Contributing Reporter
Author Archive
Student play “Juba, or Jump!” performed at Saybrook Underbrook

“Juba or Jump!,” a play written and directed by Aaron Magloire ’23, was performed at the Saybrook Underbrook from Dec. 8-10

An inside look at student-made satirical film “Save Yale Now”

Ella Attell ’24 and Zoe Larkin ’24 satirized the pro-life movement in their film, “Save Yale Now,” which was released on Nov. 4 and drew consequent legal action.

Yale experts shed light on melatonin supplement usage

In the face of increasing melatonin supplement use, Yale experts underscore misconceptions surrounding the substance and offer sleep hygiene advice.

Rabhya Mehrotra ’23 to study in Ireland as Mitchell Scholar

Rabhya Mehrotra ’23 was one of 12 students across the country selected for the Mitchell Scholarship, a scholarship for a yearlong graduate degree at any university on the island of Ireland.

Gold rating on recent report shows Yale’s sustainability progress

The University earned its second gold rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education’s STARS rating system.

Journalist Rebecca Nagle discusses threats to the ICWA at Pierson College Tea

On Nov. 15, Rebecca Nagle, journalist and creator of the podcast “This Land,” spoke at a Pierson College tea about the ongoing threat to the Indian Child Welfare Act and media representations of Indigenous narratives.

Ivy Vuong ’23 curates exhibition featuring Vietnamese American artists

As part of Art Space’s Open Source Festival, Vuong curated Băng Qua Nước: Across Land, Across Water, an exhibit showcasing the work of Connecticut-based Vietnamese artists.

Musician Bryce Dessner serves as Schwarzman Center’s first artist-in-residence

As the Schwarzman Center’s first artist-in-residence, Dessner will collaborate with different artists, engage in public performances and engage in workshops with the Yale community.

Poorvu Center workshop demystifies Yale’s “hidden curriculum”

Yale students and Academic Strategies Mentors gathered to discuss strategies for studying the arts and humanities at Yale.

NYU-Yale American Indian Sovereignty Project hosts Indian Child Welfare Act teach-in

On Nov. 2, the NYU-Yale American Indian Sovereignty Project hosted a teach-in to discuss the upcoming constitutional challenge to the Indian Child Welfare Act and the importance of the act for protecting Native communities.

Environmental activists organize New Haven Climathon

Held by the group Reimagining New Haven in the Era of Climate Change, the educational event explored the local impacts of climate change and possible solutions to mitigate it.