Amanda Lewis
Up The Hill – They’re Bringing Sci-Fi Back

On a rainy Thursday in early November, over four hundred students crowded into the chairs, tables, and windowsills of the Trumbull Dining Hall. All eyes […]

Listening to Music with … Dean Marichal Gentry

“Just listen to this,” Dean Marichal Gentry says, smiling and tapping his foot. From the tinny speakers of a computer in an office on the […]

That’s Not My Job – Zeller’s Laws of Attraction

Physics professor Michael Zeller hasn’t been single since 1960, when the most important dating accessory was a car. Zeller laughs when he recalls how often […]

Rocking the Law

Asking Jules Coleman, Professor of Jurisprudence and Philosophy at Yale Law School, to list his favorite bands is almost like asking James Joyce to list […]

Some stay on campus, but not all give thanks

Carmen Zimmer ’07 did not intend on staying in New Haven over Thanksgiving break. In the middle of the frantic search to secure a job […]

Student missionaries go beyond stereotypes

Tina Colon ’09 stood in the middle of a field in Bogota, Colombia, watching children and adults crowd around the break-dancers in front of her. […]