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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Grand Strategy broadens scope to emphasize activism

Starting this year, the highly selective Studies in Grand Strategy program will broaden its original focus to include deeper academic inquiry into activism and social […]

Yale clinical instructor charged for divestment protest

Undergraduates weren’t the only ones to participate in the divestment protest at the Harvard-Yale game — Yale School of Nursing clinical instructor Victoria McEvoy stood […]

Marisa Peryer
When We Take Offense

When the Directed Studies program first announced that conservative political philosopher Harvey Mansfield would deliver the first mandatory colloquium of the year, students reacted in […]

YSPH and University of Puerto Rico collaborate on HIV research

Starting this fall, researchers at the Yale School of Public Health will collaborate with the University of Puerto Rico to combat San Juan’s AIDS epidemic. […]

Ngan Vu
Lamont and Cuomo discuss vaping in Hartford

As vaping-related diseases continue to occur more frequently across the nation, Gov. Ned Lamont and the Department of Public Health is looking for a solution. […]

Schwarzman donation to Oxford draws criticism

Almost a hundred University of Oxford faculty members, alumni and students signed a letter criticizing a major donation to the school from Stephen Schwarzman ’69, […]

Yale won’t accept Sackler donations

Amid revelations about pharmaceutical company Purdue Pharma’s role in the national opioid crisis, the University has been quietly severing its ties from the Sackler family […]

SLAY provides community for Sri Lankan Yalies

For Yale’s Sri Lankan students, Wednesday’s affinity gathering in the Ezra Stiles Fellows Lounge will offer community and a taste of home. This year’s first […]

Yale lobbies for cross-national research

As rising tensions in U.S.-China relations lead to more scrutiny over academic exchanges with universities abroad, Yale’s lobbyists traveled to Washington, D.C. to advocate for […]

SOM expands veteran financial aid

This year, Yale’s School of Management became the first private business school in the country to offer eligible veterans admitted to its MBA program full […]