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Slifka appoints new leadership team

Uriel Cohen, an experienced Hillel administrator, will serve as the next executive director of the Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life and Rabbi Jason Rubenstein […]

Block ’77 takes heat for firing anti-Trump cartoonist

John Block ’77 — the publisher of two newspapers and the namesake of a popular Yale journalism internship — fired a veteran artist after a clash over cartoons critical of Trump.

Law School opens doors to admitted students

The Yale Law School opened its doors to hundreds of admitted students on Thursday, kicking off a weekend of events designed to give them a […]

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Four Yalies receive Pulitzers

Four Yale affiliates won Pulitzer Prizes on Monday, earning one of the highest honors bestowed on journalists, authors, musicians and playwrights.

Snyder’s new book examines state of American democracy

As Mark Zuckerberg begins to testify before Congress this week and President Donald Trump accuses the news media of circulating “fake news,” questions about the […]

Paris climate accord was a beginning, not an end, Stern says

In April 2016, nearly 200 countries came together to sign the Paris climate accord, an unprecedented environmental agreement that seeks to mitigate the long-term effects […]

William Beinecke ’36 dies at 103

William “Bill” Beinecke ’36 — who helped establish the Yale School of Management — died on Sunday morning, 44 days short of his 104th birthday.

Yale champions for farm bill reforms

Clocking in at over 350 pages, the farm bill is one of the most complex pieces of legislation in the United States. With the 2014 […]

YLS students fight for opioid treatment

In 2017, more than 1,000 people died because of drug overdoses in Connecticut, a 13 percent increase from 2016, according to Connecticut’s News 8. That […]

DiCarlo gets top UN post

Rosemary DiCarlo, a senior fellow at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs and former U.S. diplomat, was appointed as the under secretary general for political […]

Law clinics partner with local farmers

Two clinics at the Yale Law School launched the Connecticut Legal Food Hub earlier this month, a free legal service that connects low-income farmers, nonprofit […]