IN FOCUS: Af-Am House

April 25, 2014
In this last of four installments looking into each of Yale’s cultural houses, photography editor Kathryn Crandall explores the Afro-American Cultural Center.

Through the Lens: Egg Hunt

April 21, 2014
Children of all ages flocked to the New Haven Green Sunday morning for the 5th annual Easter egg hunt hosted by Trinity Church.
Previous spring bird walks have resulted in the identification of 43 species of bird, along with providing avian education for students.

Citizen Science project takes flight

November 13, 2012
The Yale Citizen Science project kicked off its first fall semester with a bird walk held Friday afternoon.

Steps taken in herpes prevention

October 23, 2012
Yale professor Akiko Iwasaki is in the process of creating a new method of vaccination that may be the first step in preventing the spread of genital herpes, also known as herpes simplex virus. Iwasaki, a professor of immunobiology at the Yale School of Medicine and member of the molecular virology program at the Yale »
Shon Arieh-Lerer ’14 and Ryan Bowers ’14 (not pictured) were selected to open for the the Yale College Council’s Fall Show on Nov. 3.

Last Comic Standing draws laughs

October 19, 2012
Yale College Dean Mary Miller, white girls rapping and having “the talk” with parents all found their way into jokes told at Thursday night’s Last Comic Standing competition. The stand-up comedy event, sponsored by the Yale College Council, gave 13 Yale students the chance to showcase their comedic talent on stage in front of a »

Child abuse on the rise, study shows

October 9, 2012
According to a recent study, child abuse is on the rise. Yale School of Medicine professor of pediatrics John Leventhal and Julie Gaither GRD ’14 have determined that cases of child abuse may have increased in the past decade. The results of their study, which was published in the November issue of the journal “Pediatrics,” »