Agnes Enkhtamir
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
April 10th

This past month, I’ve only thought about myself and my thesis, and because my thesis is about myself, it’s really just another way of thinking […]

Me and My Spiritual Yeast Infection

Fine, but I’m like 90 percent sure I have a yeast infection. Like, I don’t know for sure, and my gynecologist keeps telling me that […]

To Lost Friends

I am a tremendously terrible person, but I pretend to be a good one. I am such a gifted pretender that I fool myself until […]

Yale Law School clinic files national lawsuit to protect veterans with PTSD

The Yale Law School Veterans Legal Services Clinic filed a national class-action lawsuit last week on behalf of two U.S. Army veterans, Stephen Kennedy and […]

Study makes progress toward individualized ASD treatment

A recently published article by researchers at the Yale Child Study Center revealed that naturalistic behavioral therapy can improve cognitive activity in children with autism […]

HIV incidence will not decrease without vaccine, study finds

A new study conducted by researchers at the Yale School of Public Health and Oregon State University has evaluated the efficacy of the goals set […]

Prison separates youth from general inmate population

To reduce rates of recidivism among young adults, the state Department of Corrections created at the Cheshire Correctional Institution a unit for young men aged […]

Tax assistance program helps low-income families

Mayor Toni Harp held a press conference last Tuesday to remind residents of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, an annual service that helps low-income […]

Four arrested at Friday’s Calhoun protest

Four New Haven residents were arrested Friday afternoon during a “Change the Name” rally.

Un-Cool Girl

You are a 14-year-old boy named Sam Larson. You have blonde, unkempt hair, green eyes and an affinity for graphic tee shirts from Target. You […]

Honey, I Killed the Kids

It was 431 B.C.E.! A relatively young, talented playwright named (somewhat unfortunately) Euripides had finally scrimped and saved enough to buy him a one-way ticket […]