University | 4:58 pm | November 15, 2011 | By Marissa Medansky

Bloom warns against electing Romney

Sterling Professor Harold Bloom has concerns about electing a Mormon president.

Sterling Professor of the Humanities Harold Bloom GRD ’56 got political last week when he weighed in on Mitt Romney’s bid to become the next Republican presidential nominee. In the Sunday Review of the New York Times, Bloom, the author of 1992’s aptly titled “The American Religion,” revisits his interest in American faith, this time »

University | 3:11 pm | November 15, 2011 | By Andrew Giambrone

International presences rises nationwide


I am America and so can you, international students of the world! A recent study published by the Institute of International Education — a private nonprofit organization that offers fellowships and issues data related to international education — found that the number of international students enrolled in American colleges increased by 5 percent in the »

Magazine | 10:41 am | November 15, 2011 | By Ike Swetlitz

NPR producer “Considers” things

Public radio producer Graham Smith gave a Master’s Tea in Calhoun Monday, describing his journalism experience and his time reporting in Iraq.

Graham Smith, a senior producer for NPR’s All Things Considered, had a lot to share with the students who attended Monday’s Master’s Tea in Calhoun College. Instead of summarizing the talk, I’m going to follow Smith’s own method for putting together an episode of the show: “It’s called All Things Considered but we don’t really »

University | 4:12 am | November 15, 2011 | By The Yale Daily News

Cross Campus: 11.15.11

Mario Monti GRD '68, Italy's new prime minister.

Get ’em quick. Tickets are on sale for this weekend’s Harvard-Yale Game. Current students get in free at the gate with a valid Yale ID, and each student can purchase up to four guest tickets, which are available at the ticket office and cost $5 each. For those without an in, tickets can cost as »