Birds continue striking windows across the University and New Haven

University and City officials explain the steps they are considering to prevent birds from crashing into windows, a ‘alarming’ ecological problem that requires immediate action.

Two dead birds found.
Yale Law School clinic to represent Latino workers in discrimination suit

Law students from the Workers and Immigrants Rights Advocacy Clinic spoke to the News about the case.

A person walks up stairs at the Law School
YLS students call on Biden to revise policy to help climate-displaced migrants

Students and legal experts released a 90-page report proposing legislation to support Central American migrants who were displaced due to climate change.

Jackson Institute hosts third ‘Kurds in the Middle East’ event

The Jackson Institute convened a discussion of the current state of the Kurds in the Middle East from the perspective of two leading diplomats from the region.

School of Management chef hosts cooking classes to increase engagement, create community

Assistant Director of the School of Management and Senior Executive Chef David Kuzma is trying to build a community among the students at SOM through virtual cooking classes.

A screenshot of Kuzma
Jackson Institute hosts second ‘Kurds in the Middle East’ event

On Tuesday, the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs hosted the second event in its four-part discussion series on the Kurds, entitled “Kurds in the Middle […]

A view of Horchow Hall from the side during the daytime.
SOM professor assembles special ‘crisis response’ CEO summit

On April 10, nearly 100 major chief executive officers participated in a special “pop up crisis response caucus” convened by Yale School of Management professor […]

GSA elects new officers who want to increase focus on equity, transparency

Last week, Yale’s Graduate Student Assembly held its annual leadership elections, with Maria del Mar Galindo GRD ’22 and Da’Von Boyd GRD ’23 winning next […]

Spring Muslim Leadership Lab cohort underway with programming

Each spring, the Muslim Leadership Lab — a Dwight Hall leadership program for self-identifying Muslims and their allies — selects a cohort of around 15 […]

Law professor Amy Chua loses small group following allegations of parties, misconduct

Update, April 8: After the publication of this story, Chua sent a letter to her colleagues at the Law School denying allegations of “dinner parties” […]

Law School clinic efforts aim to pass Connecticut Parentage Act

For the last two years, around 40 Yale Law School students and faculty have worked together with other groups such as GLBTQ Legal Advocates & […]