Articles by: Saloni Jaiswal

IRIS records which refugees have found jobs, in an effort to ensure they have stable sources of income.

Syrian Refugees Find Home in New Haven

May 27, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

They hesitantly moved towards the three open chairs in front of us and sat down, appearing to be, for a brief moment, a little apprehensive about the situation. That initial discomfort, however, quickly disappeared as we became acquainted. They introduced themselves as Sami, Bassam, and Nezar, Syrian refugees who arrivedRead More

LED Lights Installed around Campus

LED Lights Installed around Campus

March 26, 2016 at 11:14 pm 0 comments

Although winter is approaching, the way back to your dorm may seem a little brighter for some odd reason. All you have to do is look up and you’ll find the answer: LED lamps. High-end light emitting diodes, known as LEDs, have made an electrifying entrance onto Choate’s campus, replacingRead More

Political Correctness Can Inhibit Tackling Gender Issues

March 26, 2016 at 7:26 pm 0 comments

When I arrived at Choate, I not only learned the roots of the Spanish-American war, the advantages and disadvantages of free trade, and the conjugation of Arabic verbs, but also the importance of creating and sustaining conversations. I’m not referring to conversations with your best friend about the new PGsRead More

Fire Alarm Interrupts Holiday Ball

Fire Alarm Interrupts Holiday Ball

March 26, 2016 at 6:17 pm 0 comments

During Holiday Ball this part Saturday, December 12, a fire alarm astounded and confused many Choate students, who were busy dancing to the music, eating chocolate covered strawberries, and taking memorable photos. According to Director of the Student Activities Center, Mr. Jim Yanelli, the fire alarm was set off inRead More