Dean calls on ‘First Globals’ generation
Howard Dean ’71 told admitted prefrosh Tuesday evening that their generation holds the solutions to dysfunction in Washington, the media and Wall Street.
GSA report tackles bike safety
Almost 1,000 Yale cyclists could benefit from new bike lanes and safer streets if the Yale Graduate Student Assembly’s new bike plan finds support in city government.
Harvard-Yale ticket sales fall
The past two times Harvard hosted the Harvard-Yale football game, tickets for Yale students sold out in a matter of days. But this year, after over a week of sales, fewer than 2,600 students have purchased tickets to the game.
Family Weekend breeds a cappella stress
This year’s early arrival of Family Weekend has brought a capella stress levels to a crescendo. This year’s Family Weekend — Friday, Oct. 12 through Sunday, Oct. 14 — comes two weeks earlier than the weekend has fallen in the past, giving student performance groups little time to arrange pieces and prepare new members for »
Buckley criticizes expanding role of government
Nearly 70 years after graduating from Yale, James L. Buckley ’44 LAW ’49 returned to campus as the only living person to have held a high office in each of the three branches of the United States government. Buckley reflected on the balance between state and federal power and its origins in the Constitution at »