Geo majors make summer treks

While most Yalies spend their summers in air-conditioned labs or offices, many geology and geophysics majors take to the field instead, unearthing Triassic-era skulls or examining billion-year-old rocks. Students say doing outdoor field work is a way to solidify their interest in the major and get a feel for a geology career outside of the […]

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Through the Lens: 9.10.12

At Yale, “Lux et veritas” is not just a motto that appears on the University shield. It is also an architectural motif featured prominently around campus. Photography editor Emilie Foyer reports. [showcase id=”47″]

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High fashion in Davenport Cafeteria

The Bold and the Beautiful, a charity fashion show organized by Runway Inc. of Yale, a new fashion group on campus, took place this past Friday. Students modeled labels from Gant and Tommy Hilfiger as well as some original designs from Fashion Institute of Technology student Andrew Jardin.

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The pen is mightier than the sword

As part of the celebration of Black History Month, the Yale chapter of the NAACP hosted a poetry slam Saturday. Nationally acclaimed poets and Yale students mingled, celebrated the legacy of community leaders and activists that paved the way for the social justice, and enjoyed an afternoon of poetry together at the Afro-American Cultural Center.

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Through the Lens: Dance

Yale has a multitude of dance groups on campus. These organizations span a wide array of cultural heritages, from Mexico to India and the Far East and genres such as ballet, hip-hop and Irish dance. This week, contributing photographer Emilie Foyer explored the rehearsals of eight campus dance groups.

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