Union Yes: Local 33’s three-decade road to recognition

Following Local 33’s election victory, the News tracks the union’s 33 years of organizing, speaking to organizers from every chapter of the union’s history.

U.S. News rankings to be modified, Yale Law doubles down on withdrawal

Following Yale Law School’s withdrawal from the U.S. News rankings in Nov. 2022, which spurred 6 other elite law schools to follow suit, U.S. News published an open letter pledging to make changes to its criteria.

“Today, I am Dr. Hamid”: School of Medicine faculty protest against executions of Iranian protesters

On Dec. 15, faculty members at the Yale School of Medicine stood in blindfolds to amplify the story of a doctor who was believed to be executed for attending an anti-government protest.

Navigating financial aid as an FGLI Student at Yale’s graduate and professional schools

What does the graduate school experience look like for first-generation, low-income students at Yale?

GPSS passes resolution supporting Iranian protesters

On Dec. 1, the Graduate & Professional Student Senate passed a resolution condemning Iranian government violence in the face of civil protest. The statement was passed in solidarity with MENA, PSA and YCC.

Graduate and professional workers vote on unionization

Graduate and professional students headed to the polls on Wednesday and Thursday to decide whether they may form a union. Results will be announced in January.

Yale Law student wins public policy scholarship

Eric Jjemba is one of six recipients of the Ally Financial Law and Public Policy Scholarship.

Grad students head to the polls today and tomorrow. What would a recognized union look like?

Yale’s graduate and professional student workers will vote in a federal unionization process this week, with results expected in January.

Jackson launches five-year B.A.-B.S./M.P.P. program for undergraduates

Current Yale College juniors will be eligible to apply for Jackson’s five-year B.A.-B.S./M.P.P. program in the spring.

Buckley Program to host judges boycotting Yale Law School

Judges James C. Ho and Elizabeth Branch, who said they will bar future Yale Law graduates from their clerkships, will come to campus on Wednesday for a conversation on free speech.

With LSAT in limbo, Yale Law students divided on test’s merits

In February, the American Bar Association will vote on whether or not to continue their LSAT requirement for law school accreditation. At Yale Law, some students fear it will mean less egalitarian admissions.