Aislinn Kinsella
Contributing Reporter
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Researchers at Yale’s School of Public Health and School of Medicine respond to the COVID-19 pandemic

Amid a nationwide effort to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers at the School of Public Health and the School of Medicine produced some of the […]

Yale study examines impact of COVID-19 infection during pregnancy

A study by researchers at the Yale School of Medicine analyzed the placental tissue of pregnant women infected with SARS-CoV-2, testing whether the virus could […]

Former Yale math professor László Lovász receives prestigious Abel Prize

On March 17, former Yale professor and Hungarian mathematician László Lovász was awarded the Abel Prize — a prestigious award in mathematics that is considered […]

Lovász gives a talk in a collared shirt.
School of Medicine announces gift to establish Chênevert Family Brain Tumor Center

A gift from Louis Chênevert, the chairman of the Yale Cancer Center Director’s Advisory Board, his wife and his family will expand clinical care and research […]

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Yale’s approach to increasing STEM accessibility for FGLI students

A lack of preparation, imposter syndrome, under-resourced high schools, textbook costs and the student income contribution are just a few of the challenges faced by […]

First-year student creates lung kit based on COVID-19 to educate children about virus

A first-year student in Yale College has designed a lung kit that models how COVID-19 spreads to help educate children on the virus. Sophia De […]

A diagram of lungs
New Yale-designed semiconductor coating could open door to cheaper and more efficient solar fuels

A new Yale study tested a coating strategy for semiconductors that could improve the efficiency and lower the cost of solar fuel production. Assistant professor […]

Yale New Haven Health helps raise funds and awareness for heart disease among women

With Valentine’s Day less than a week away, people across the country are coming together over matters of the heart: raising awareness and funds for […]

“I Definitely Didn’t Plan For This To Happen”: On Finding Love at Yale

Of course, there will be none of the usual festivities this Valentine’s Day: no a cappella performances, Valentoads trips or romantic candlelit dinners. But here […]

Mixed student reactions to new course selection process

This year, changes to the 2020-2021 academic calendar made in response to the pandemic — including an amended course registration process, also known as shopping […]