Philip Mousavizadeh
Staff Reporter
Philip Mousavizadeh covers the Jackson Institute. He is a first year student in Trumbull College studying Ethics, Politics, and Economics
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Iranian policy expert talks the ‘politics of Islam’

On Friday morning, professor Mohammad Tabaar of Texas A&M University gave a virtual talk to about 25 students in the Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations […]

Yale-NUS artist-in-residence talks sculpture, projects

At 6:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Yale students from around the world tuned into a Yale-NUS talk called “Everything That Has a Point Makes a Circle.” […]

Yale student groups prepare for 2020 election

Tobin Center research informs economic debate during pandemic

Today, Yale finds itself on the front lines of the national economic response to the coronavirus pandemic. The Tobin Center for Economic Policy, housed within […]

Working group to investigate ties to racism, slavery in Yale’s history

In an Oct. 14 email to the Yale community, University President Peter Salovey announced the formation of a working group of faculty, students, researchers and […]

MOUSAVIZADEH: Notes from abroad

Last month for the first time since 2007, I began living in the United States again. While others talk of feeling a sense of imposter […]

Prize-winning journalist talks identity politics with YPU

Clarence Page, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and senior member of the Chicago Tribune Editorial Board, joined the Yale Political Union this Tuesday to […]

DataHaven survey reveals racial disparities in COVID-19 experience

Black and Latino residents of Connecticut have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent recession, according to a new survey released on […]

Connecticut hourly minimum wage increases from $11 to $12

Despite the nationwide pandemic and recession, the Nutmeg State has increased its minimum wage according to schedule. The Connecticut minimum wage increased last week from […]