WOLF-SOROKIN: Sowing the seeds for change
Unlike a TV ad, which loses relevance the day after the votes are cast, grassroots organizing builds the foundation for future political movements. As young people, college-aged Americans are most often the boots on the ground.
YCC | Andrew Grass ’16, secretary
Andrew Grass ’16 believes the most important task of the Yale College Council secretary is to streamline communication and make the organization more effective.
Architecture professors discuss Latrobe
On Feb. 21, the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows awarded Bimal Mendis ’98 ARC ’02 and Joyce Hsiang ’99 ARC ’03 with the 2013 Benjamin Henry Latrobe prize for research that will advance the field of architecture.
Live-streaming gains popularity
When Cory Booker LAW ’97 speaks at this year’s Class Day ceremony, he will be speaking to an audience much larger than the members of the class of 2013 and their relatives.
Professor of four decades dies at 92
Edward Stankiewicz, a Holocaust survivor who joined the Yale faculty in 1971 and pioneered the field of Slavic linguistics, died on Jan. 31 of cardiac arrest.
State grapples with budget
Two reports released in the past two weeks by the state Office of Policy and Management detailed the grim fiscal picture for Connecticut.