Gauging Happiness in Smaller Majors
Student satisfaction with a major is influenced by the extent of student-professor interaction. Catherine Wang ’16 and Clinton Wang ’15 report on whether this implies that smaller majors have happier students.
Sex Weekend Educates Yale
Sex Weekend returned this year with discussions ranging from AIDS activism to 50 Shades of Grey. Reporters Caroline Pringle ’16 and Britta Hjelm ’16 took an inside look at one of Yale’s more controversial traditions.
Take a Break for Culture
Weekend reporter Chantel Simpson ’14 suggests Yalies enjoy their breaks at this spring’s best art exhibits and music festivals.
Transforming the Goffe Street Armory
With $2.8 million for its repair, Ward 1 Adlerman Sarah Eidelson ’12 and Ward 28 Alderman Claudette Robinson-Thorpe hope to transform the Goffe Street Armory into a community center. Reporters Kojiro Murase ’15 and Jen Kramer ’14 sit it on Tuesday’s penultimate Goffe Street Armory Planning Committee hearing.
Master Goldblatt Says Goodbye
After 19 years, Master Harvey Goldblatt’s tenure as Master of Pierson College ends June 30. Reporters Georgiana Wagemann ’15 and Katie Galbraith ’16 spoke with Master G about his experiences in and love for Pierson College.
Cooking a Jeweled Feast: Sikhism at Yale
Reporters Isabel McCullough ’16 and Olivia Pavco-Giaccia ’16 report on the Sikh Student Association’s first interfaith cooking class and speak to Nina Chaunpreet Kaur, the founder of Kitchen Table Community.
‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Was Robbed
“Zero Dark Thirty” was morally murky and captivating. So, why didn’t it win more Oscars? YDN Staff Reporter Patrice Bowman investigates. And becomes indignant.
Everybody has a story: President Obama, Congress and Partisan Gridlock with David Brooks
Cody Pomeranz ’15 continues his “Everybody Has a Story” segment, featuring a new and fascinating campus figure every two weeks. Today, he sits down with David Brooks, a New York Times columnist and bestselling author, to discuss the imminent sequester, partisan gridlock and the education of President Obama. Research and Editing by: Cody Pomeranz Videography »
Coxe Cage: A Runner’s Paradise
Yale’s indoor track and field team makes its home in Coxe Cage, one of the most beautiful and historic athletic facilities on campus. Kevin Kucharski ’15 takes a look inside and reports on the building’s upcoming renovations.
Irving Pinsky: The Man, a Lawsuit and a Van
Reporters Nicole Levy ’13 and Chantel Simpson ’14 profile personal injury lawyer Irving Pinsky, who has been involved in the New Haven community since 1981, and who requested to file a lawsuit against the state of Connecticut at the end of last year.
Final Cut Chef Competition
36 student chefs assembled in Commons Dining Hall on Thursday to compete for the annual Final Cut Chef Competition, cooking an appetizer and entree in 60 minutes using two secret ingredients. Catherine Wang ’16 and Clinton Wang ’15 report.