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Allen reflects on Indiana Jones

More than 30 years ago, actress Karen Allen caught director Steven Spielberg’s eye in her first role as a long-suffering girlfriend in the collegiate classic […]

YCC | Cece Xie ’13, treasurer

As a sun-loving Californian, Xie likes relaxing on Old Campus under the sun. But when it comes down to business, she’s serious about her work. […]

No Kid Hungry campaign launches in Conn.

A statewide partnership between government officials and community leaders is promising children a healthy start to life. The Connecticut No Kid Hungry campaign, part of […]

Anastas, chemical agent for the environment

Chemistry professor Paul Anastas, the director for the Center for Green Chemistry & Green Engineering at Yale, was awarded the Natural Products Association’s Rachel Carson […]

Ofili talks dung, art

Some artists are known for their use of watercolor, others are famous for their acrylic pieces. British painter Chris Ofili, meanwhile, is renowned for using […]

UN director gives job tips

For a living, William Davis pitches United Nations projects to the United States government with hopes of securing funding — but at a talk Thursday, […]

Psychologist Steven Pinker discusses the quirks of English

It was like a scene from the Yale viewbook: dozens of eager students crowding a Master’s Tea on the subject of human nature, psychology and […]

‘Angry Asian Man’ blogger talks stereotypes

The first image you see when you go to Phil Yu’s blog, AngryAsianMan.com, is an Asian G.I. Joe. Through the blog, Yu has worked over […]

Downtown food co-op gets funding

Elm City Market, the “food co-op” scheduled to open just blocks from Old Campus, took a big step forward last week. In a press release […]

Times features Franco GRD ’16 at Yale

The New York Times featured James Franco’s GRD ’16 career as a student in Friday’s paper. The article explained: Yale has had its share of […]