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Embracing North Korean Refugees

Campus Desk Written by: Emily Lin On October 23, 2019, Yale Law School invited Andrew Hong, the founder and executive director of Emancipate North Koreans (ENoK), to speak on the resettlement process and challenges for North […]

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James Comey Visits Yale

Written by: Juanita Garcia, Hopper College ’22 The Brady-Johnson program in Grand Strategy and the Yale College Democrats invited former FBI director James Comey to speak on October 7 and October 8, respectively. Though both events […]

Understanding the Conflict in Kashmir

Written by: Vishwa Padigepati, Grace Hopper College ’23 “Tum doodh mangoge hum kheer denge. Tum Kashmir mangoge toh hum tumhe cheer denge”– If you ask for milk, we will give you dessert, but if you ask […]

Samantha Power Revisits Yale

Written by: Samantha Larkin By one o’clock, a dozen students had already taken the most coveted seats in Yale Law School’s Levinson Hall. Soon to be joined by community members and faculty, the spectators engaged in […]

South Asian Society Hosts Panel Discussion on Kashmir

“Tum doodh mangoge hum kheer denge. Tum Kashmir mangoge toh hum tumhe cheer denge”– If you ask for milk, we will give you dessert, but if you ask for Kashmir, we will tear you apart. A […]

Sierra Leone and Senegal Heads of State Visit Yale

Africa, as home to some of the youngest nation-states globally, a rapidly growing[1] and urbanising[2] population, is a continent home to a diverse array of challenges and opportunities. Recognising the emergence of the African continent as […]

Campus Report on Andrew Song’s Talk: “Soldiers for Sale”

As part of the Global Perspectives Society’s Student Speaker Series, YRIS editor and Naval ROTC cadet Andrew Song gave a talk on the rise of military contractors in modern conflicts on April 19. Entitled “Soldiers for […]

Facing Mirrors: A Film about Transgender Rights in Iran

Written by Ariana Habibi On February 22, 2019, The Program in Iranian Studies at the MacMillan Center hosted a screening of ​Facing Mirrors (آینه های روبرو)​ , an Iranian drama film centered upon transgender rights in […]

Review: “Democracy and Dissent”

Written by Mary Orsak On April 6, over 50 students and alumni protested University President Peter Salovey during his speech honoring 50 years of Asian American Student Alliance. This protest followed the withdrawal of 13 professors […]

Nadia Murad and the Yazidi Genocide

Written by Leila Iskandarani On Thursday, April 18, the Genocide Studies Program at the Macmillan Center hosted Nadia Murad, a 2019 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and survivor of the Yazidi genocide. The event was the keynote […]

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