Philip Mousavizadeh
Staff Reporter
Philip Mousavizadeh covers Woodbridge Hall, the President's Office. He previously covered the Jackson Institute. He is a sophomore in Trumbull College studying Ethics, Politics, and Economics
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Prominent conservatives call for Law School to discipline protestors

Hundreds, including conservative elected officials, decried the Law School’s response to March 10 protest.

Moderator denounces Law School protesters in faculty-wide memo

Event moderator Kate Stith argued the protesters violated Yale’s free speech policies, as administrators held their first meeting to discuss the issue with student representatives.

Law school dean breaks silence on major protest

Protesters did not violate Yale’s free speech policy, according to Gerken, but behavior was “unacceptable.”

Yale Law students protest anti-LGBTQ speaker, armed police presence triggers backlash

A Thursday Federalist Society event featuring a controversial conservative speaker sparked protest at the Law School.

University sued for shutting down Corporation petition process

Two Yale alumni — Victor Ashe ’67 and Donald Glascoff Jr. ’67 — are suing Yale for breach of contract following the controversial termination of […]

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Yale partially lifts indoor mask mandate

University announces that masking will be made optional in certain spaces beginning March 21.

Yale money pulled from Russia after invasion

Following global sanctions, Yale’s investments are pulled out of Russia.

University quietly severs Sackler ties

Over the last year, Yale has quietly cut ties from the controversial family who propagated the opioid crisis.

As the Sackler family pays out $6 billion in a settlement, Yale maintains its ties

The Sackler family will pay out $6 billion to victims of the opioid crisis while Yale holds onto its connection to the pharmaceutical magnates.

Amid broader restructuring, Yale begins search for new public health dean

Senior faculty describe significance of new funds and outline expectations for the incoming dean.

On two tracks: Salovey reflects on steering Yale through the pandemic

After two years of the pandemic at Yale, University President Peter Salovey discusses the challenges and stresses of the past and looks forward to a return to normalcy