Sorority rush continues to grow

February 12, 2014 • 0
More female students rushed sororities this year than any other in Yale’s history.

Note-taking service upgraded

February 5, 2014 • 0
The Resource Office on Disabilities has worked with the Yale College Council to streamline the delivery system for their note-taking program.

Med School welcomes new therapy dog

January 24, 2014 • 0
Starting today, a furry new face is joining the staff of the Medical School campus.

New Haven ratifies new teacher contract

November 8, 2013 • 0
New Haven teachers voted last night to ratify a new contract that continues the legacy of the nationally acclaimed teacher’s contract passed in 2009.

Cabaret to stage play about Raymond Carver

October 16, 2013 • 0
“Beginners by Raymond Carver; or, What We Talk About When We Talk About Love,” will explore the complex relationship between author and editor.

Elm City combats infant mortality

October 11, 2013 • 0
From 2003–2009, 12 out of every 1000 babies born in New Haven died, and a higher percengtage of those deaths were African American children, according to the Community Health Index recently published by DataHaven. The Index also reported that three times as many African American mothers as white mothers are experiencing infant mortality. This, however, »
Robert Kagan argues that American exceptionalism is alive and well in the 21st century in a Monday night talk.

Kagan denies American decline

October 1, 2013 • 0
America is not in decline and has an obligation to engage in foreign affairs, according to Dr. Robert Kagan ’80.

CROSS COUNTRY | Conner set for good season

September 25, 2013 • 0
Alex Conner ’16 of the men’s cross country team finished in the top seven four times last year.
Jose Cuisia, the Philippine ambassador to the United States, spoke to students about the country’s aims for transparency and accountability.

Philippine ambassador praises nation’s growth

September 20, 2013 • 0
Philippine Ambassador to the United States Jose Cuisia made a case for his nation’s success in a lecture Thursday evening.
Captain Kendall Polan ’14 is looking to lead the Bulldogs to their fourth straight Ivy League title this season.

Polan ’14 leads volleyball to new heights

September 17, 2013 • 0
As the starting setter for the past four years, Kendall Polan ’14 has been at the core of the Bulldogs’ success in each of the past three seasons.
From left, Toni Harp, Henry Fernandez, Kermit Carolina and Justin Elicker — the four candidates for the mayor’s office.

Four mayoral candidates poised for primary showdown

September 10, 2013 • 0
A months-long race that has featured eight candidates at different stages has come down to four mayoral hopefuls who will square off at the polls in today’s Democratic primary election.