Yale unveils Energy Studies program
In an effort to create an academic track that caters to undergraduates interested in the scientific, economic and social impact of energy production, the Yale Climate & Energy Institute unveiled a new Energy Studies program this week.
Media attacks duck genitalia research
In the past week, Yale ornithology professor Richard Prum has come under attack from various media outlets for his study of ducks’ sexual anatomy and forced copulation.
Students start noodle restaurant
Last Friday, Yale’s first student-run pop-up restaurant opened its doors to serve noodles to 60 customers in the Davenport basement.
Panelists address corruption in Africa
Experts from the fields of policy and academia came from across the country to present their research at a conference on corruption in Africa this Thursday.
Promise director reflects on low-income challenges
When Patricia Melton ’82 first came to Yale, she was a first-generation college student barely able to afford textbooks. Thirty years later, she’s back in New Haven helping other high school students get on the path to a college degree.
Student start-up delivers brunch to rooms
Instead of making the trek to the dining halls on Saturday mornings, students can have brunch delivered right to their rooms by a new student-run startup.