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Conference brings Native students together

This weekend, Yale hosted more than 100 students from several colleges for the 11th annual All-Ivy Native Council’s conference.

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Committee talks dean search

With the search process underway, the criteria for the reelection of Yale’s three new deans are slowly emerging.

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Zakaria discusses the American Dream

The American Dream has changed, according to Fareed Zakaria ’86.

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Researchers explore framing, sexual health

The next viral game for the iPad may be one designed by medical researchers at Yale.

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MEN’s BASKETBALL: Sears messed around, got a double-double

Forward Justin Sears ’16 has been a force in the frontcourt for the Bulldogs this season.

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Yale chapter of history society revived

For the third time in the past decade, Yale is reviving its chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, a national honor society for history. With the support of the History Department, 14 students re-established the group this year in an effort to build community and stimulate discussion among students interested in history at Yale. Though Yale […]

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Former senator condemns congressional polarization

Former Indiana Governor and Senator Evan Bayh lamented the polarized nature of the American government in a Monday talk in Linsly-Chittenden Hall. During the event, which was sponsored by the William F. Buckley Jr. Program, Bayh — a Democrat who served as governor from 1989–97 and senator from 1999–2011 — spoke to approximately 30 audience […]

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City considers converting streets to two-way

The New Haven Department of Transportation is considering converting 10 downtown one-way streets into two-way streets. The Department of Transportation has brought on Fuss & O’Neill, an engineering consulting firm, to create a new road grid to reflect a pedestrian, bike and car-friendly transportation system. After the firm conducted initial research, it held several charrettes […]

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Lewis talks Yale-NUS

Yale-NUS College is doing well so far, according to Yale-NUS President Pericles Lewis and Yale-NUS Dean of Students Kyle Farley.

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World Fellows Forum encourages rethinking of ideas

On Sunday afternoon, the Yale World Fellows program kicked off its biennial World Fellows Forum — bringing together more than 100 current and former fellows to celebrate intellectual accomplishments and debate new or reinvigorated ideas. The forum — which attracts emerging international leaders to Yale each year to reunite with colleagues, attend social gatherings and […]

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Lipman praises strict teachers

Modern society should be stricter with children, according to Joanne Lipman ’83. Lipman, the founding Editor-in-Chief of Condé Nast Portfolio magazine and Portfolio.com and member of the Yale Daily News board of directors­, spoke to around 20 students Tuesday in the Davenport Master’s House. In her talk, Lipman discussed her latest book, “Strings Attached: One […]

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