Olivia Lombardo
Staff Reporter
Olivia Lombardo is a beat reporter for the News covering the Jackson School and the School of Management. She is a sophomore in Morse College studying Political Science.
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10 years after Sandy Hook, student advocacy groups reflect on the shooting’s impact

Sandy Hook survivor Ashley Hubner and Connecticut elected officials joined SDA and Yale Dems to discuss the long-term effects of gun violence and legislation since the tragedy.

Jackson launches five-year B.A.-B.S./M.P.P. program for undergraduates

Current Yale College juniors will be eligible to apply for Jackson’s five-year B.A.-B.S./M.P.P. program in the spring.

Kerry Initiative announces 19 Kerry Fellows

The Jackson School of Global Affairs announces its newest class of Kerry Fellows, who will contribute to policy research on climate change, global economic development and international diplomacy.

“The CEO-whisperer”: Inside Jeffrey Sonnenfeld’s Chief Executive Leadership Institute

The School of Management program, led by Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, has strived over three decades to encourage corporate responsibility.

Mike Pompeo talks foreign policy, free speech at Buckley event

The former secretary of state described perceived threats to the American way of life and described the United States as a Judeo-Christian country. Non-Yale affiliates were escorted out of the event after interrupting his remarks.

“Global fate of democracy” at stake: Zelenskyy addresses war in Ukraine at SOM talk

Senators Richard Blumenthal and Lindsey Graham joined Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in calling for bipartisan and multinational efforts to end the war in Ukraine.

Jackson School dedicated as Yale’s first professional school in half century

Fareed Zakaria ’86 and Pinelopi Goldberg spoke at a Saturday ceremony that officially opened the Jackson School of Global Affairs, a years-long, $200 million effort that the University hopes will bring together existing faculty and programs.

Competing anonymous apps Fizz and Sidechat vie for student favor 

Students are starting to take to the new platforms to anonymously share memes, polls, GIFS and other content with each other, while Fizz and Sidechat compete for their customer base.

Students weigh in on primary results and their hopes for midterm elections

As the midterm elections approach, student organizations aim to boost youth voter turnout, even as the University has declined to cancel classes on Election Day.  […]

Yale students split on efficacy of Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan

Yale administrators say the University’s financial aid policies have shielded most students from loans, but some students say there are still gaps.

Students return to campus at full capacity

A combination of shifting COVID-19 policies and first-day-of-school flooding cast uncertainty over beginning of school activities.