Amanda Buckingham
Staff Reporter
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Cloud Atlas author talks originality

According to novelist David Mitchell, crafting great literature is akin to escaping from a straightjacket.

Donald Windham-Sandy M. Campbell Literature Prize winners announced

This is the second year the prize has been offered. In 2013, nine writers, aged 33 to 87, were selected.

Google Glass comes to Bass

Google Glass will soon become available for student and faculty use at the Bass Library media center.

Library exhibit uses novel technology

A new exhibit this month at the Yale Law School Library showcases the bindings of books, rather than their pages.

Rare Bibles arrive at Beinecke

This month, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library announced the acquisition of two 16th-century editions of the Bible.

Teashop ready to boil

Yalies craving a hot beverage to ward off the chill will now have a new option available to them: a shop that specializes in tea.

Students try health professions

Each Saturday, a select group of high school students descend upon the Yale School of Medicine to plan for futures in the health professions.

Shop-dine-park unveiled in New Haven

City officials have unveiled a special new gift card that is only usable in New Haven — and the first of its kind. Unveiled Jan. […]

Student band releases first EP

A Yale band that has been playing for almost three years is releasing its first EP this week. Comprised of four juniors, Nero, My Panda […]

A new sculpture, but what does it mean?

As a work of art at a major institution of higher education, one of of the first rites Habakuk must endure is a debate on its significance and identity within the ethnography of campus culture. In honor of the sculpture's official induction in the Yale landscape, XC explored this context by asking various Yalies, "What does Habakuk mean?"

New medieval manuscripts arrive at Beinecke

In the weeks following the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library’s 50th anniversary, the library has another cause for celebration.