Div School is setting for murder mystery

Murder, religion and deceit are coming to the Yale Divinity School. “The Judas Conspiracy,” a new novel by Leslie Williams DIV ’11, takes place in Great Britain and at the Yale Divinity School. The novel, which will be released Dec. 1, centers on the search for a complete manuscript of the real, much-debated Gospel of […]


Claire’s donates to Tent City and local Catholic school

To celebrate its35-year anniversary, Claire’s Corner Copia on Chapel Street donated 35 percent of itsprofits on Thursday to two local charities, Tent City and the St. Francis & St. Rose of Lima School. [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”5820″ ] Claire’s patronsvoted for their favorite local charity on Facebook or dropped their suggestions in a jar from Sept. 17 […]


Residential college roundup 10.22.10

With Halloween fast approaching, residential college councils are trying hard to make the spooky day memorable. The Davenport College Council (DCC) is organizing college-wide trick-or-treating on Halloween night. The DCC will also host a pumpkin-carving event this Friday. At the same time, the gnomes are tirelessly preparing for their screw, which will be held on […]


New Review tackles legal questions

For students who think theLaw School Admissions Test could have gone better Saturday, a new undergraduate law publication is helping students bone up on legal education and other topics in the field. The first issue of the Yale Undergraduate Law Review, published Thursday, addresses issues in international and domestic lawand includes a section on legal […]


New Yorker reporter talks public health and denial

Denial can be a dangerous thing when society as a whole gets on board, said New Yorker staff reporter Michael Specter at a Morse College Master’s Tea on Monday. Sixty students and faculty members attended the event, where Specter discussed sections of his latest book ‘Denialism: How Irrational Thinking Hinders Scientific Progress, Harms the Planet, […]