University | 3:18 pm | February 6, 2012 | By Mariana Lopez-Rosas

Komen founder will speak at YSPH Commencement


The decision is in — Nancy G. Brinker, the founder and chief executive of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, will speak at the School of Public Health’s Commencement, after all. Last week, the Komen Foundation ran into controversy when it announced it would no longer provide funding to Planned Parenthood, a decision it later »

City | 9:56 pm | November 7, 2011 | By Mariana Lopez-Rosas

Power goes out on students, faculty

Lynwood Place lost power Monday morning. Its residents suffered through a week without electricity in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.

A power shortage at United Illuminating led to power outages late Monday morning at the Medical School and in the Dwight neighborhood that’s home to numerous off-campus students, according to an email from the Emergency Management Office. “Some parts went on generator power where that was available and we put additional police and security presence »

City | 9:05 pm | October 19, 2011 | By Mariana Lopez-Rosas

Little chocolate shop to open on High


Christian Wilki was hard at work Wednesday preparing for this Friday’s grand opening of Chocopologie, his High Street chocolate boutique. Chocopologie, New Haven’s first chocolate shop, will sell coffee, pastries, cakes, cupcakes and a wide array of homemade chocolate pastries, including seasonal bread pudding, chocolate chip cookies, molten chocolate cake, ice cream fondue, chocolate love, »

Uncategorized | 4:53 pm | April 19, 2011 | By Mariana Lopez-Rosas

Ivy League lessons from tutor

Bess Whol DRA ’02 published an article in the Harvard Crimson today on her experiences working as an SAT tutor for a major New York City tutoring company, which is a service used mostly by affluent parents to maximize their students’ chances to get into Ivy League schools. She questioned the actual help she was »

Uncategorized | 5:01 pm | April 12, 2011 | By Mariana Lopez-Rosas

Student looks for missing laptop

Last night a number of members of Yale community were puzzled by an anonymous email from the address, which detailed the details surrounding a missing Macbook Air laptop in Commons Monday around 4:30 pm. The computer’s owner is in fact Obaid Syed ’14. He told us in an email Tuesday that he is willing »