Yazji talks Syrian medical relief
Relief efforts in Syria involve everything from spreading awareness about the conflict to providing hands-on medical services, according to Monzer Yazji. As president of the Syrian offices of the Union of Syrian Medical Relief Organizations, Yazji spoke to approximately 40 members of the Yale community in the Branford Common Room Thursday afternoon about the status »
Webb connects health and environment
A better future for developing countries involves asking locals what they want changed, according to Kinari Webb MED ’02. Webb, who is the founder and president of Health and Harmony, an organization that connects environmental conservation efforts with healthcare initiatives, spoke to approximately 30 members of the Yale community on Tuesday in the Branford common »
Few inexperienced members perform on Yale stages
For Yale students who arrive in New Haven with little or no theater experience, getting involved with the field may prove challenging. Most undergraduates interviewed who take part in the undergraduate theater community said they had been involved in the field prior to their arrival at Yale. Still, students said opportunities for getting involved with »
Students anticipate MCAT overhaul
As major changes to the Medical College Admission Test loom, students at Yale may need to make decisions earlier about whether medical school is right for them. The new version of the MCAT, which will be three hours longer than the current exam, will include more questions on biochemistry and an additional section testing knowledge »
ARSHAD: An undervalued resource
Now that the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library is turning 50 years old, it’s time we all start making use of it.
YCC launches campus calendar
In an effort to create a centralized list of campus events for the student body, the Yale College Council launched a new “campus calendar” last month.