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Everybody has a story: Crisis Communications and Global Affairs with Sean Smith

December 9, 2012
Part 1 Part 2 Cody Pomeranz ’15 continues his Everybody Has a Story segment, featuring a new and fascinating campus figure each week. Today, he sits down with the current Director of Undergraduate Studies of the Global Affairs Major, Sean Smith, to learn about the nature of crisis communications, discuss the future of Global Affairs »
Gallery blends new and old
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Gallery blends new and old

December 7, 2012
Even as the Yale University Art Gallery marches toward the future, it continues to commemorate the legacies of its past.
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YDN Exclusive Interview: Governor Mitch Daniels

December 2, 2012
Rosa Nguyen ’15 interviews Governor Mitch Daniels on his governorship in Indiana, the 2012 Elections, and his future as the president of Purdue University. Special thanks to videographers Patrick Casey ’15 and Joseph Tisch ’16.
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America’s Public Education System, Part 2

December 1, 2012
Cody Pomeranz ’15 begins his Everybody Has a Story segment, featuring a new and fascinating campus figure each week. Today, he sits down with Professor John Bryan Starr, an expert on the American public education system, to assess its current state and discuss how it could be improved. Special thanks to videographers Hannah Schwarz and »
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America’s Public Education System, Part 1

November 30, 2012
Cody Pomeranz ’15 begins his Everybody Has a Story segment, featuring a new and fascinating campus figure each week. Today, he sits down with Professor John Bryan Starr, an expert on the American public education system, to assess its current state and discuss how it could be improved. Special thanks to videographers Hannah Schwarz and »
Maya Lin ’81 ARC ’86, who designed the “Women’s Table” outside of Sterling Memorial Library, will speak at the School of Architecture’s reunion for female alumnae.
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Women in Architecture reunion examines gender diversity

November 30, 2012
At the School of Architecture’s first “Yale Women in Architecture” symposium this weekend, alumnae and current students will discuss a field that remains largely dominated by men.
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“Say Yes to the Dress” Star: Randy Fenoli

November 16, 2012
Reporter Caroline Pringle ’16 had the opportunity to sit down with Randy Fenoli to talk about his career, his love for fashion, and his reality TV show, Say Yes to the Dress.
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Featured Filmmaker: “Somnia”

November 16, 2012
This week’s featured filmmaker is once again Ben Boult ’14, a film major on the production track. “Somnia” is a short narrative film with a surprising twist that will leave you guessing.
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YDN Exclusive Interview Part 1: Richard Valeriani, NBC White House Correspondent

November 16, 2012
Raleigh Cavero ’15 sits down with Richard Valeriani, an NBC White House Correspondent for 30 years, to hear his perspective on today’s technologically driven media and stories from his coverage of the United States’ most important moments.
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YDN Exclusive Interview Part 2: Richard Valeriani, NBC White House Correspondent

November 16, 2012
Raleigh Cavero ’15 sits down with Richard Valeriani, an NBC White House Correspondent for 30 years, to hear his perspective on today’s technologically driven media and stories from his coverage of the United States’ most important moments.
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Featured Filmmaker: “Kenta: The Man and the Magic”

November 14, 2012
This week’s featured filmmaker is Ben Boult ’14, a film major on the production track. This film from 2010 profiles campus figure Kenta Koga and his experiences as a magician.
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Fiscal cliff looms over sciences

November 12, 2012
While Yale research may weather the "fiscal cliff," the increasing scarcity of federal grants has forced some faculty to scale back their ambitions.