Serena Cho
Staff Reporter
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Santos email fuels free speech debate

“All this ICE but no detention centers in sight,” read the caption, beneath an Instagram photo of a Yale junior smiling amid a backdrop of […]

USSC plans for Neuroscience Institute

Months after the University Science Strategy Committee, also known as the USSC, identified neuroscience research as one of the University’s investment priorities, Yale is finalizing […]

Yale expunges student’s sexual misconduct discipline record

Following a monthslong legal battle with Daniel Tenreiro-Braschi ’19, who sued Yale after being disciplined for sexual misconduct, the University expunged his suspension from his […]

Kavanaugh faces renewed controversy

Almost a year after Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh ’87 LAW ’90 was appointed to the nation’s highest court, revelations about a previously unreported sexual […]

Yale-NUS cancels program on dissent

Following the Yale-NUS administration’s controversial decision to cancel a weeklong educational program about dissent and resistance in Singapore, University President Peter Salovey voiced concerns about […]

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 […]

Salovey lauds fundraising

The University raised $826.8 million in gifts and new pledges and set a record of $662.8 million in cash receipts in the 2018-19 fiscal year, […]

The Price of a Name

At the class of 1969’s 50th reunion dinner in May, Stephen Schwarzman ’69 — a business mogul who founded The Blackstone Group — rose to […]

Class of 2023 unfazed by admissions scandal

Class of 2023: By the numbers

Rosenkranz ’92 LAW ’99 vies for a Corp seat

Almost a year after journalist and former campus conservative James Kirchick ’06 dropped out of the race for an alumni fellow position at the Yale […]