Uncategorized | 5:11 am | December 27, 2009 | By Carol Hsin

YPU delves into new media

The Yale Political Union has a new blog — and the online forum already has 13 posts since its launch last Monday. The YPU e-mailed all its members Thursday to announce the launch of yalepoliticalunion.blogspot.com, which blog manager Sandy Zhu ’12 said was created to serve as an open forum for inter-party political discourse on »

Uncategorized | 1:33 am | December 10, 2009 | By Carol Hsin

New traffic-calming measure on College St.

Over a year and a half after a fatal traffic accident at the School of Medicine prompted public pressure for safer streets, a set of walk lights at the intersection of North Frontage Road and College Street has been installed as a small step toward improving pedestrian safety, said Jonathan Romanyshyn ’04 MED ’10, a »

Uncategorized | 10:33 pm | November 18, 2009 | By Carol Hsin and Lauren Motzkin

Creationism vs. secularism: a showdown on Cross Campus

Bridge Logos, a Christian publishing company, handed out free copies of Charles Darwin’s The Origin of Species on Cross Campus today — but there’s a catch. “The books all have a 54-page introduction of creationist bulls— by the renowned dumbass, Ray Comfort,” said Vlad Chituc ’12, the community service co-coordinator of the Secular Student Alliance »

City | 8:17 pm | June 15, 2009 | By Carol Hsin

Festival’s opening weekend features a little of everything

Over 50 kids munched popcorn on Saturday afternoon, crowding the portico of the Yale Center for British Art. Sprawled on petite mats, their faces stared rapt with enthusiasm at the red velvet curtains of a puppet booth. The silly humor of “The Punch and Judy Comedy” show — just one of several events lined up »