Adam Levine
Staff Reporter
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Judith Chang ’24 teaches, reflects and connects in Seoul

After classes ended in May, Judith Chang ’24 joined her family in Seoul, South Korea. While she had visited South Korea in the past, this […]

SOM students compete in virtual venture capital competition

On Friday, 20 Yale School of Management students will virtually participate in the school’s internal Venture Capital Investment Competition –– a daylong contest, in which […]

‘They just get me’: Remote first-year students find ways to connect with each other

After a few hours of training for her synchronized skating team, Joy Liow ’24 hops onto Zoom for her now-friend group’s nightly study halls, which […]

Saucy, yet sophisticated: “Positions” tells the story of Grande’s newest relationship

At the 2020 Grammys, Ariana Grande signaled the end of the “Sweetener” and ”thank u, next” era with the shaking of her head and a […]

FCC spirit week brings first years, on-campus and remote, together

In the week leading up to Halloween, the First-Year College Council hosted a spirit week, designed to build camaraderie among their fellow first years. The […]

Yale CS professor wins award for ‘Pancake’ cybersecurity system

Anurag Khandelwal, assistant professor of computer science, won a Distinguished Paper Award at the 29th USENIX Security Symposium for his paper on a new cybersecurity […]

YCC and Women’s Leadership Initiative launch second year of mentorship program alongside LGBTQ+ Co-op

The Yale College Council, Women’s Leadership Initiative and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Cooperative are teaming up to start the second year of a […]

23andMe CEO Wojcicki ’96 speaks to community

23andMe CEO and co-founder Anne Wojcicki ’96 joined University President Peter Salovey last Thursday in the latest installment of the School of Management’s Gordon Grand […]

Yale faculty and alum recognized as inspiring Hispanic/Latinx scientists

Two Yale faculty members — Daniel Colón-Ramos, professor of neuroscience and cell biology, and Enrique De La Cruz, chair and professor of molecular biophysics and […]

City and community work to increase street safety

This year, Connecticut has seen an uptick in road safety accidents –– prompting city officials and local organizations to push for more stringent measures focusing on […]