Science, The New Canvas
http://youtu.be/30PEwokI6zU This year, a new course called Art and Bimolecular Recognition Lab was added to Yale’s blue book. There, students learn to develop biochemical ways to preserve and restore art. It aimed to unite science and art in one classroom, but in the process, it inspired much more. Here is the story of one student »
After YIRA email, charges dropped
Former YIRA president Liburd received notice from the Executive Committee, Yale’s disciplinary body, that the charges against her had been withdrawn.
YCC, students reflect on year
Last spring, the 2013–’14 Yale College Council was elected after a race with three uncontested seats and low voter participation.
Salovey’s first year in review
University President Peter Salovey’s first year in office has been defined as much by his predecessor as by himself.
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.
Debate team beats Harvard
The Yale Debate Association ended its season by receiving the American Parliamentary Debate Association’s Club of the Year Award.
Adams named Calhoun master
Sociology professor and Deputy Provost Julia Adams will be the next master of Calhoun College, University President Peter Salovey announced Thursday.
Robinson to step down
University Vice President and General Counsel Dorothy Robinson will depart her post at the end of August.
Faculty split on reformed hiring process
A week after a University committee announced that Yale’s system of managing faculty positions will change, faculty have expressed varied reactions.
Herbert ’16 elected YCC president
Michael Herbert ’16 won this year’s election for Yale College Council president in a runoff, defeating Leah Motzkin ’16 by 104 votes.