Amy Ramirez
Technology doesn’t always click

Architecture student Zheela Qaiser ’11 used the high-tech laser cutter at Paul Rudolph Hall for the first time last week. Though she was thrilled to […]

ART REVIEW | ‘Spectacle’ causes headaches

Upon entering the art gallery inside the School of Art’s 32 Edgewood Ave. Gallery, viewers should be cautious: Sirens, jarring beats and screams will ring […]

ART REVIEW | Under the veil, feminist visions

In a new art exhibit at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, a group of Muslim women artists tactfully inverted Western stereotypes about women in […]

Prisoners face high risk for heart disease

Prison inmates are not just at increased risk for infectious diseases like HIV, as previous studies have shown, but also for heart-related conditions, new Yale […]

Yalies elected to statewide College Democrats posts

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. — Connecticut College Democrats held its annual elections Sunday, choosing two Yalies to its executive board amid heated debates. At a convention at […]

‘Raise the Age’ could aid minors on trial

Many state leaders are calling for a change in Connecticut courts: Minors should no longer be tried as adults. The so-called Raise the Age legislation, […]

Digitization uncovers souvenirs of Yale’s past

While members of the Digitization Project at Yale flipped through old library books to ensure they would withstand scanning, staff members discovered snippets of Yalies’ […]

Study: Americans buy green to save environment

Despite the current economic crisis, its seems Americans are willing to spend green to go green. A study conducted by Yale and the George Mason […]

Abrams talks law, sacrifice

Great lawyers are not merely eloquent speakers or those who risk personal safety for a case, but rather custodians of the rule of law who […]

Researchers discover new genetic syndrome

Just as the discovery of penicillin was serendipitous, so too was the new genetic syndrome discovered by two Yale researchers originally investigating abnormal blood pressure. […]

Profs discuss city planning, civic pride

The key to creating successful cities is not building the big, attractive buildings but creating a public realm, said Alexander Garvin ’62 ARC ’67, adjunct […]