Rose Horowitch
Staff Reporter
Rose Horowitch covers Woodbridge Hall. She previously covered sustainability and the University's COVID-19 response. She is a sophomore in Davenport College majoring in history.
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The Lost Cause beneath our feet

In 1865, at the close of the Civil War, Yale was overwhelmingly northern, pro-Lincoln, and anti-slavery. In the 1860 to 1861 academic year, the University […]

May Day on the Green

During the 1970s, disorder in the United States was replicated at Yale and in Connecticut. Cities near campus were divided by race and class. Throughout […]

Harvard vows to pull investments from fossil fuel industry, leaving Yale behind

The move comes after years of student pressure at both Yale and Harvard to fully divest their endowments.

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Yale declines majority of federal COVID-19 relief funding

The University accepted $4.7 million in funding to distribute among Yale College, graduate and professional students on financial aid.

In eight-year scheme, former medical school employee charged with stealing millions from Yale

Jamie Petrone-Codrington was charged Friday, prompting an investigation by the FBI and Yale Police Department.

Yale-NUS closure comes without Yale input, University officials say

Yale administrators and Yale-NUS students and faculty reflect on the institution’s 2025 closure, which was announced on Aug. 26.

Despite widespread flooding and power outages, Yale forges ahead with classes

Two COVID-19 testing sites are closed for the day, and students in some colleges were told to stay in rooms except to get food.

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Ahead of fundraising campaign, alumni remain incensed over voting change

After the Yale Corporation ended the petition process to join Yale’s governing board, alumni have continued resistance efforts, raising thousands of dollars for their cause.

Yale dorms, some buildings lose power, flood

Heavy rain brought on by the remnants of Hurricane Ida caused all Yale residential colleges and some other buildings to lose power and some to flood.

FAS Senate solicits faculty feedback about return to in-person teaching

The University Provost clarified accommodation policies and mask guidelines ahead of the term’s start.

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Admin stands behind in-person classes, restricted social gatherings ahead of fall term

In a Thursday town hall, University leaders expressed optimism for term but left open the possibility of a more transmissible variant emerging.