HAYES: Want Civil Discourse? Millstone’s Not Your Man

Millstone’s ties to conservative efforts to stifle the free exchange of ideas and the teaching of complex historical narratives, alongside his company’s investments in the military-industrial complex, demonstrate that he is the wrong person to serve as Yale’s next trustee. He is ill-equipped to protect the free speech of students, faculty, staff and community members, much less engage in good faith in the ongoing conversations at Yale surrounding disclosure and divestment. To Yale’s alumni: please consider voting against indoctrination and corruption. Vote against Millstone. 

Announcing the Managing Board of 2026

On April 21, 2024, the Yale Daily News elected its 147th Managing Board, which will lead the Oldest College Daily through the 2024-25 academic year. […]

Congress drops Salovey from antisemitism hearing

University President Peter Salovey will provide a transcribed interview to Congress, leaving the presidents of Rutgers University and Northwestern University –– where student protest organizers and University administrators have reached agreements –– to give testimony.

IN PHOTOS: New Haven and Yale Police clear encampment on Cross Campus, no arrests made

Tuesday morning, Yale and New Haven officers completely cleared the Pro-Palestine encampment on Cross Campus. A University spokesperson confirmed that all protesters left the encampment when asked and no arrests were made.

MOWAFI & KAMINSKI: It’s Not Your Yale

For the past week and the past six months we’ve seen protests, marches, rallies, as well as courses, seminars, and panel discussions on campus from a variety of viewpoints involving hundreds, if not thousands of participants. Some Yale community members have been directly affected by the events of Oct. 7 and the subsequent war in Gaza. Some have had family members killed or taken hostage on Oct. 7, and others have had to deal with several generations of family killed in the bombing of Gaza. Still, the violence over there has not translated to violence here at Yale. Such claims are disingenuous and endanger us all.  

Goodbye, Euphoria?

Spoilers ahead! The return of the hit television series “Euphoria” has been delayed yet again. In late March, HBO announced that shooting for season three […]

A child’s wish

“In Vietnamese, the word for missing someone and remembering them is the same: nhớ… I miss you more than I remember you.” -Ocean Vuong    […]

LETTER 4.18: Your student group needs to call for divestment

This week, we invited hundreds of members of the class of 2028 to attend Bulldog Days events at Dwight Hall, Yale’s Center for Public Service […]

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.

Following drug development milestones, Arvinas looks to make headway against breast cancer and brain diseases

The New Haven-based biopharmaceutical company and Yale spinoff hopes to use a unique protein-targeting technology in two promising drugs to stave off breast cancer and neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s.

Cultural show celebrating Asian heritage to take place 

This Saturday, a cultural show celebrating Pan-Asian American Heritage Month will occur in the Whitney Humanities Center Auditorium.