Amre Proman
Staff Reporter
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Bass Library, closed for flooding, expected to reopen March 1

Bass Library is expected to reopen to students in the coming week following a monthlong closure due to flooding. On Jan. 29, a frozen sprinkler […]

Mask mandates associated with people spending less time at home, Yale School of the Environment study finds

The implementation of mask mandates around the country was correlated with people spending less time at home, a new study by a Yale School of […]

Valentina Greco, genetics professor, wins international award for stem cell research

Valentina Greco, professor of genetics at the Yale School of Medicine, has received the 2021 Momentum Award by the International Society for Stem Cell Research, […]

Yale affiliates one step closer to explaining food allergies

An article recently published in the scientific journal Cell provides new clues to the mystery behind food allergies by examining the workings of what the […]

YHHAP discusses policing, incarceration and homelessness with panel of experts

On Nov. 14, the Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action Project, a student organization focused on tackling hunger and homelessness in New Haven, hosted a Zoom […]

Art history meets detective work in YUAG talk

On Thursday, the Yale University Art Gallery hosted a talk on French painter François Gérard’s portrait of Alexandrine Émilie Brongniart with Kathryn Calley Galitz, art […]

‘It’s a source of comfort’: Off-campus students discuss COVID-19 testing

For most of the semester, off-campus students had the highest proportion of coronavirus cases among groups within the Yale community, according to the University’s COVID-19 […]

NACC, Davenport host tea discussing McGirt v. Oklahoma

On Thursday, students, professors and experts came together to discuss the future of Native Americans and the U.S. Supreme Court in the wake of the […]

Smoking and quitting may be genetic, new research indicates

A new Yale study reveals genetic markers that may predict which people are more likely to start and stop smoking than others. The study was […]

Yale International Relations Association hosts ‘Election Reflection’

On Monday, the Yale International Relations Association invited six panelists to reflect on the upcoming election and its potential effects on the next four years […]

Buckley Program hosts virtual firing line debate on DOJ lawsuit

On Thursday evening, the William F. Buckley Jr. Program hosted a debate on the recent Department of Justice lawsuit brought against the University on charges […]