Food poisoning linked to seafood
A slew of students found themselves suffering from upset stomachs, vomiting and diarrhea in the days following Saturday’s holiday dinners
Yale Memorializes Nelson Mandela
On Sunday, the Yale Chapter of the NAACP held a candlelight vigil to honor the late Nelson Mandela. The event included remarks from the school’s top administrators, performances, and commemorations of the former South African president’s legacy of racial equality.
Admins stay on for Salovey
With the exception of Salovey and provost Benjamin Polak, the individuals leading the University have remained the same since Levin left.
Non-profit CEO explains entrepreneurship through punk music
On Thursday afternoon, nonprofit leader Ned Breslin explained social entrepreneurship to Yale undergraduates through punk music. Breslin — the CEO of Water for People, an American-based nonprofit that works to establish long-lasting, safe drinking water resources in developing countries — came to campus as the first-ever speaker of InnovateHealth Yale, the School of Public Health’s »
Reddit co-founder gives an upvote to entrepreneurship
Internet entrepreneur and Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian stopped by campus Thursday afternoon to speak about his experience working on start-ups in the digital age. Brought in by Yale lecturer Brad Rosen, Ohanian — who was in town promoting his new book on a 160-stop tour that includes 77 university campuses — spoke to roughly 100 »
Academic minors to be weighed again
Three years after Yale College faculty members struck down a proposal to introduce academic minors into the undergraduate curriculum, the Yale College Council plans to try again.
Former Chief Justice talks equality
Former Chief Justice Margaret Marshall LAW ’76 spoke at the Yale School of Management about fighting inequality of several kinds.