Students raise funds for Kashmir
When the rains began falling on the Indian-Pakistani region of Kashmir on Sept. 2, relatives of Aaminah B’hat ’18 living in the area were warned about the danger of rising floodwaters. Her grandparents, as well as some of her aunts, uncles and cousins remained in their houses to ride out the storm. After days of »
Law professor calls for social change
Edgar Cahn LAW ’63 claimed that advances in technology, climate change and the aging of the baby boomer generation will generate a change in the law profession in a YLS talk.
LabCandy surpasses fundraising goal
What began as a venture at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute in January 2013 has grasped the attention of young girls worldwide.
Bereaved parents talk Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Damelin and Aramin came together before a crowd of 50 on Sunday night to share their stories and implore members of the Yale community to support a dialogue between Israelis and Palestinians.
College social media app spreads to Yale
Pinsky and Murti, along with a team of around a dozen other students, launched their brainchild — a social media website and app called Friendsy — at Princeton in May 2013.
Yale-NUS hosts first Model ASEAN Conference
One year after Yale-NUS opened its doors, the college’s International Relations and Political Association hosted its first Model Association of Southeast Asian Nations Conference last weekend. From Aug. 22 to 24, over 150 students from around Southeast Asia gathered at Yale-NUS in Singapore to simulate summit meetings of the actual ASEAN, a political and economic »
Law students launch admissions prep company
When Noah Greenfield LAW ’16 and Joel Butterly LAW ’16 sat next to one another at their law school orientation in the fall of 2012, neither expected to leave the lecture hall with a newly hatched business plan for an admissions prep company.