Event featuring journalist from Gaza sees heightened security measures, requires attendees to sign free-expression form

Ameera Harouda discussed balancing safety concerns for her and her family’s well-being, as well as her role as a mother of four, while also working to document the ongoing war in Israel and Gaza.

Lā Kūʻokoʻa: Native Hawai’ian Students organize week of events celebrating Hawai’ian culture and independence

Members of the recently founded Indigenous Peoples of Oceania organization held Lā Kūʻokoʻa — Hawai'ian Independence Day — celebrations throughout the week.

Former White House aide speaks at events hosted by Yale Law Democrats, Yale Politics Initiative

On Nov. 30, Zayn Siddique LAW ’16 concluded the YPI’s seminar series for the year as the final speaker and also spoke earlier in the day at a Yale Law Democrats event.

Founder of ChinaTalk Jordan Schneider ’13 discusses journalism, independent media

On Nov. 27, Jordan Schneider delivered a talk entitled “Carving a Career in Independent Media: ChinaTalk + AI as a Case Study.”

Students protest for Palestine during The Game

During halftime at the Yale-Harvard game, students waved Palestinian flags and called for a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war.

Clean Energy Conference surveys renewable energy landscape

As a part of the Yale New Haven Climate and Energy Summit, the Clean Energy Conference showcased the technology and finance behind renewable energy.

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jodi Kantor visits Yale

On Nov. 9, New York Times investigative reporter Jodi Kantor, whose exposure of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual abuse helped ignite the #MeToo movement, visited Berkeley College’s Swensen House to discuss her career in journalism.

Ukrainian author speaks on life amid the war

Ukrainian author and advocate Olena Stiazhkina presented two of her newly translated books during an event on Friday.

‘An event around the truth’: Yale and Harvard debate the use of AI in creative fields

On Saturday, debate groups from Yale and Harvard discussed the opposing and supporting sides of artificial intelligence technologies in creative and art fields. Harvard came out on top.

Stacy Cordova Diaz speaks on forced sterilization at La Casa

Stacy Cordova Diaz, whose great-aunt was a victim of California’s forced sterilization movement, visited La Casa Cultural to explain how the legacy of eugenics haunts Americans today.

Editor Ann Kjellberg ’84 visits Yale to speak about books in a digitized society

On Monday, Book Post editor Ann Kjellberg ’84 spoke about a changing literary landscape and her career path with Yale students.