Amid scandal, University community defends Dach

October 21, 2014 • 0
Three weeks ago at Jonathan Edwards College’s first reunion, co-chair Jonathan Dach ’08 LAW ’13 could be seen tending to tasks seemingly beneath his senior planning position.

Academic job search support expands

October 21, 2014 • 0
This year’s Academic Job Search Series, an annual set of workshops with the objective of preparing Ph.D. candidates and postdoctoral students to enter the academic job market and become professors, has undergone a change in leadership, resulting in double the number of events that were offered last year.

Family Weekend brings profit to performance groups

October 13, 2014 • 0
Each year during Family Weekend, student performance groups reap the benefits of sold-out concerts and shows as relatives flood campus, eager for entertainment.

Barroso talks new world order

September 23, 2014 • 0
Barroso — who is now completing his 10th year as President of the European Commission — leads the executive branch of the EU, making him the most powerful officeholder in the entire organization.

Undocumented students’ request for aid denied

April 24, 2014 • 0
Earlier this month, state education officials rejected a petition to extend in-state university financial aid to undocumented college students.

Nobel laureate talks modern slavery

April 10, 2014 • 0
Slavery has not yet reached an end — and to pretend otherwise would be a disservice to humanity, according to Wole Soyinka.

Former cyclist talks doping

March 5, 2014 • 0
When former Tour de France cyclist Tyler Hamilton was caught using performance-enhancing drugs in, he thought it was the worst day of his life.

Smoking bans effective among mentally ill

March 4, 2014 • 0
Previous research suggests that smokers with mental illness generally have more difficulty quitting cigarettes than smokers who are not mentally ill.

Cooperation reduces racial categorization

February 25, 2014 • 0
A common enemy can bring people together regardless of traditionally divisive factors like race. And a new study suggests peaceful cooperation can create the same effect.

Study finds infants wise eaters

February 11, 2014 • 0
A new Yale study discovered that infants are inclined to eat what they’re supposed to, after all.