Yurii Stasiuk
Staff Reporter
Yurii Stasiuk is a Managing Editor of the Yale Daily News. He previously covered City Hall as a beat reporter. Originally from Kalush, Ukraine, he is a sophomore in Jonathan Edwards College majoring in History and Political Science.
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Yale Police disrupt Yale Gospel Choir rehearsal

Yale Police officers interrupted a Yale Gospel Choir rehearsal on Monday inside Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall. According to students in the group, the officers said that the police were called about a protest in the building.

Jonathan Holloway could be Yale’s next president. Some Rutgers faculty would be glad to see him go.

Three Rutgers faculty interviewed by the News criticized Holloway GRD ’95 for his handling of a faculty union strike, controversial decisions and lack of communication with the university community. Last September, the Rutgers Senate passed a vote of no confidence on the sitting president.

Students react to Yale divestment decision

Students were split on the extent of Yale’s investment in weapons manufacturing, as well as Yale and the United States’ involvement in Israel’s military defense.

Yalies send letter to Salovey opposing divestment

A few hours before Yale announced that it would not divest from military weapons manufacturers, a group of University affiliates sent Yale President Peter Salovey a letter advocating in favor of such holdings — namely that they support Israel in its war against Hamas in Gaza.

Yale refuses to divest from military weapons manufacturers amid student protests

On Wednesday afternoon, Yale announced that the endowment investment policy would be expanded to bar holdings tied to assault weapons manufacturers that retail to the general public. The University also announced that military weapons manufacturing does not meet the criteria for divestment.

Former mayoral challenger Liam Brennan contracted by city to reimagine Livable City Initiative

Brennan will begin work as a consultant for LCI in late April, advising the department’s restructuring.

DATA: Who makes more than the mayor?

The News looked at salary data from Mayor Justin Elicker’s proposed budget to identify department headcounts and averages by department.

New Haven moves to install red light and speed cameras

Mayor Justin Elicker submitted a proposal — which has to be approved by alders and the state — to install 19 automated red light and speed cameras, amid concerns from human rights groups.

Crossing the aisle: Joe Lieberman’s road from Kennedy Democrat to Connecticut Independent

Friends and colleagues recall the late Connecticut senator’s political career from the Yale Daily News to the presidential campaign trail.

Longtime Connecticut senator Joe Lieberman ’64 LAW ’67 dies at 82

The “stubbornly bipartisan” politician ran for vice president as Al Gore’s running mate in 2000 and served as chairman of the News while a Yale College student. He passed away on Wednesday after a fall in his apartment in Riverdale, New York.

Yale professors reflect on teaching about Ukraine, Eastern Europe amid war

Since the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, Yale has started offering more courses about Ukraine, and professors across departments have incorporated the country into their teaching.