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Four days from now, the people of Connecticut will elect a governor. Here at Yale student apathy is carrying the day. Why do students have a hard time caring?
UP FOR DISCUSSION
Naming the colleges | To further the discussion sparked by President Salovey last week, six students and professors have offered their suggestions on this page.
Part III | Head-On: Tackling concussion policy
With increased media scrutiny levied on concussions, states across the country have imposed new policies and regulations to deal with concussions. Still, the future of Yale’s concussion policy remains an open question. Part three of three.
Does Facebook consume Yale? Also, underpasses, pigeons and fables!
Part II | Head-On: After the hit
When the pressure to play is combined with the difficulty of diagnosing concussions in games, the players ultimately suffer the consequences. Part two of three.
Part I | Head-On: Confronting the science of concussions
With the majority of concussions going undiagnosed, and athletes reticent to report brain injuries, medical researchers are working to understand the underlying causes and long-term effects of the injury. Part one of three.
This week, Stephanie Rogers looks into weed culture at Yale. Also, James Franco! Dance program funding! Figure out which person you are in section!
Jane Balkoski asks the hard questions. Plus, quarterbacks and quizzes that will give your life new meaning!
Hannah Schwarz explores the past, present and future of free speech at Yale.
Through the Lens: New Haven Museum
“Nothing is Set in Stone,” an exhibit at the New Haven Museum, delves into the story of a tree on the New Haven Green that fell during Hurricane Sandy.
Wesley Yiin and Emma Platoff take a look at green activism on campus. Also, personal essays! Flowcharts! Sleep!
Andy Koenig traces the growth of two Christian ministries at Yale and in New Haven. Also, Nicki Minaj! Rush! Rome!