Zaporah Price
Staff Reporter
Zaporah W. Price covers Black communities at Yale and in New Haven. She previously served as a staff columnist. Originally from Chicago, she is a sophomore in Ezra Stiles College majoring in english with an intended concentration in creative writing.
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New Haven nonprofits prepare for influx of Afghan refugees

Local and statewide organizations and officials prepare for 1,000 refugees from Afghanistan, many to resettle in the Elm City.

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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.

Durfee’s closed indefinitely, The Bow Wow offers alternative

Durfee’s is closed, but new food shops present an alternative for Yale community members.

Hurricane Ida catches New Haven by surprise

Floods from the hurricane raise questions about increasing risk due to climate change.

Flooding and damage in Gray
Yale Black Postdoctoral Association celebrates first anniversary

The three founders of YBPA discussed the importance of the group and laid out its future goals.

University revamps harassment policies, accessibility services

University administrators announce new developments for addressing discrimination, harassment and accessibility.

A photo of the accessibility ramp at the front of the University Theater
Class Day takes place virtually during hybrid commencement week

The Sunday event featured four speakers from the class of 2021 alongside Broadway and film composer Robert Lopez ’97.

Art collective brings New Haven creatives together

The Collective NHV is a Black-owned organization in the Elm City focused on art and creative expression.

The Collective NHV members pose for the camera.
ANAAY continues to educate community about Indigenous land rights amid pandemic

Despite the ongoing pandemic, the Association of Native Americans at Yale, or ANAAY, is continuing to educate the Yale community about Indigenous land rights.

Yale SEAS announces diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging committee

In the coming months, the committee, which Miller is leading, will be reviewing individual DEI action plans provided by each department within SEAS in hopes of creating an integrated DEIB plan with action steps over the next five years.

Chauvin verdict reignites conversations about police reform in New Haven

As the news of Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdict captures the attention of the nation, public officials and organizers are reflecting on possible police reforms for […]