Alex Chituc
Claire’s loses a founder

Frank Criscuolo, who along with his wife Claire became a fixture in downtown New Haven as the founder of Claire’s Corner Copia, died suddenly at […]

Santa stops by Yale Bookstore

Santa’s sleigh came early to New Haven, making a pit stop at the Yale Bookstore on Friday evening. The Bookstore will host Santa in their […]

Social issues still pervade America, Huffington says

Arianna Huffington of Huffington Post fame discussed the role progressivism should play in American politics Monday night. The editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group […]

Pro-Palestine students create campus checkpoint

Yale Students for Justice in Palestine held a mock “check-point” today on cross campus as part of their “Right to Educate Week,” in order to […]

At Hackathon, programmers develop ideas, products

Armed with energy drinks, 10 pizzas and assorted bags of chips, members of the Yale and New Haven communities buckled down for 17 hours this […]

Spitzer urges more regulation

Self-regulation in markets “inevitably” leads to failure and corruption, former Governor and Attorney General of New York Eliot Spitzer asserted Tuesday. In the midst of […]

STEP teaches recycling

Live music, free clothes and kettle corn abounded on Old Campus Sunday afternoon as the Student Taskforce for Environmental Partnership (STEP) held an event meant […]

New program encourages diversity in op-ed writing

A new program introduced at Yale in the spring aims to bring more female and minority experts into the field of opinion writing. The Yale […]

CHITUC: Yalies for minding your own business

I am a Yale student who respects diversity of opinion, because a society where the ideals of one can be imposed on another is not […]