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An Interview with Amy Hollyfield of Politifact

A conversation with the journalist who runs Politifact, a popular fact-checking website that rates politicians' statements on their truthfulness.

Fear of Invasion? Norway and Russia’s Rocky Relationship

Norwegian fears of a Russian invasion have become newly relevant since then-nominee Donald Trump suggested the United States might not honor its North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) agreements.

Too Brown for Hollywood, But Never Brown Enough

“I’m never brown enough,” says Farah Bala. “I just speak English so well.”

Opinion: A Lamentation of the Decision to Rename Calhoun College

“I do not care for symbolism.”

Grace Hopper College

The Yale community reacts to the decision to change the name of Calhoun College.

Breaking Down Identity Politics: The Rationale of an Atypical Trump Supporter

Don Mabrey is a Black and Latino New Yorker who voted for Trump.

Outsourcing Propaganda: China’s Control Over Hollywood

"With billions of dollars on the line, international movie studios have started to bow to the demands of the Chinese state."

Featured Interviews

An Interview with Amy Hollyfield of Politifact

A conversation with the journalist who runs Politifact, a popular fact-checking website that rates politicians' statements on their truthfulness.

An Interview with Madhukeshwar Desai, Vice-President of the Bharatiya Janata Party Youth Wing

Find out more about India's political landscape with Vice-President Desai.

A Slice of New Haven: Tales of a Crowded Pizza Market

"Everyone likes pizza."

Fishing for Truth: Politics in the Era of Clickbait Journalism

How is the press adjusting to social media?

“People, Not Numbers”

What Wisconsin Knew that Pollsters Didn’t

“The World’s in Flames”

Fossil Free Yale Braces for Trump

Between a Rock and Hard Place

A small public school confronts hate this election season.

Opinion: A Lamentation of the Decision to Rename Calhoun College

“I do not care for symbolism.”

Grace Hopper College

The Yale community reacts to the decision to change the name of Calhoun College.

A Slice of New Haven: Tales of a Crowded Pizza Market

"Everyone likes pizza."

“The World’s in Flames”

Fossil Free Yale Braces for Trump

The Koffee? Question: An Eccentric Brewhouse Straddles Yale and New Haven

The seating area looks like the twisted love child of a 52nd Street jazz club and Cheech and Chong’s basement.

United in Fear: Taking Aim at Connecticut’s Gun Control Debate

The gun control divide represents not only differing policy suggestions, but also disparate conceptions of what a gun is.

Howard Dean and the DNC

After dropping out of the race for DNC chair, Howard Dean sits down with Steven Tian to discuss the Democratic National Committee and the future of the Democratic Party.

Featured Interviews

An Interview with Amy Hollyfield of Politifact

A conversation with the journalist who runs Politifact, a popular fact-checking website that rates politicians' statements on their truthfulness.

An Interview with Madhukeshwar Desai, Vice-President of the Bharatiya Janata Party Youth Wing

Find out more about India's political landscape with Vice-President Desai.

Rhinoceros

Megan McQueen reviews the Yale Drama Coalitions latest production.

Us and Them: An Afternoon with an NHPD Officer

Eileen Johnson spends an afternoon on a ride-along with an New Haven Police Department Officer.

A Sanctuary Campus

Julia Ding covers this week's rally on Cross Campus. Art by Catherine Chen.

Loving Mothers? The Open Question of Crisis Pregnancy Centers

How alternative pregnancy centers are changing the landscape for pregnant women in need of care.

Not Your Grandfather’s Team: Yale Football Embraces Tradition with New Outlook

How Old Yale has changed, as reflected in football.

An Interview with Amy Hollyfield of Politifact

A conversation with the journalist who runs Politifact, a popular fact-checking website that rates politicians' statements on their truthfulness.

Breaking Down Identity Politics: The Rationale of an Atypical Trump Supporter

Don Mabrey is a Black and Latino New Yorker who voted for Trump.

Outsourcing Propaganda: China’s Control Over Hollywood

"With billions of dollars on the line, international movie studios have started to bow to the demands of the Chinese state."

Fishing for Truth: Politics in the Era of Clickbait Journalism

How is the press adjusting to social media?

“People, Not Numbers”

What Wisconsin Knew that Pollsters Didn’t

Between a Rock and Hard Place

A small public school confronts hate this election season.

Multiple Choice: The Future of Education Policy Under Trump

Will Betsy DeVos expand the Federal Charter School program?

Featured Interviews

An Interview with Amy Hollyfield of Politifact

A conversation with the journalist who runs Politifact, a popular fact-checking website that rates politicians' statements on their truthfulness.

An Interview with Madhukeshwar Desai, Vice-President of the Bharatiya Janata Party Youth Wing

Find out more about India's political landscape with Vice-President Desai.

A Women’s March on Washington

A photo-essay from marches across the country and around the world.

New Administration, Age-Old Battle: Native American Rights Under Obama and Trump

And so began a new chapter in the tug-of-war between one president’s legacy and another’s plan, part of the ongoing struggle for Native rights despite government-induced marginalization.

First in Freedom, Last in Progress

What happened to North Carolina?

Pardon Me

Before leaving office President Obama commuted Chelsea Manning's sentence.

To Punch a Nazi

To punch or not to punch...that is the question.

Fear of Invasion? Norway and Russia’s Rocky Relationship

Norwegian fears of a Russian invasion have become newly relevant since then-nominee Donald Trump suggested the United States might not honor its North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) agreements.

Outsourcing Propaganda: China’s Control Over Hollywood

"With billions of dollars on the line, international movie studios have started to bow to the demands of the Chinese state."

“Old like Yellowed Pearls”

The Struggle of China’s Leftover Women.

One Country, Two Identities: Hong Kong Navigates an Uncertain Future

"All this culture we have built so far, we don't want it to just go away."

A Women’s March on Washington

A photo-essay from marches across the country and around the world.

A Time for Violence

The Rohingyas face persecution while Aung Sun Suu Kyi stands silent.

El Chapo: Trial Awaits You

Guzman’s Sinaloa Cartel, smuggling hundreds of thousands of pounds of narcotics from Colombia and through Mexico, has transported more drugs to the United States than any other organization.

Featured Interviews

An Interview with Amy Hollyfield of Politifact

A conversation with the journalist who runs Politifact, a popular fact-checking website that rates politicians' statements on their truthfulness.

An Interview with Madhukeshwar Desai, Vice-President of the Bharatiya Janata Party Youth Wing

Find out more about India's political landscape with Vice-President Desai.

A Unified Palestine

Will Fatah and Hamas finally be able to form a unity government?

Transitions of Power: The U.S. and Gambia

The parallels between the situation in The Gambia and our own recent inauguration are difficult to miss.

Gasolinazo in Mexico: Rising Gas Prices Underscore Need for Political Change

Rising gas prices are simply another burden on working people for the benefit of the few.

A Global Britain: Theresa May Outlines Priorities for Brexit

In a landmark speech, Theresa May called for no "partial membership" in the EU.

Eurosphere: Trump’s Ledger of Leaders

In the fourth installment of his column on European affairs, Josh Hochman explains the way European leaders have identified themselves in relation to Donald Trump.

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