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.
Kline renovations on track
Renovations of the Kline Chemistry Laboratory are proceeding on schedule with little impact on classes or faculty research.
Scientists investigate fly swarms
Researchers have found a mechanism to analyze fly swarms, which may provide valuable insight into the structure of animal collectives.
Therapy ineffective for opioid addiction
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is not an effective way to treat opioid dependence, according to a study conducted by researchers at the Yale School of Medicine.
Overeating linked to sugar consumption
Ingesting fructose can lead to brain activity that promotes overeating, according to a recent study conducted by researchers at the Yale School of Medicine.