Anamika Veeramani
Staff Reporter
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On Feb. 7, Sens. Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders met at George Washington University to debate the future of the Affordable Care Act. The debate […]

3-D technology improves surgery at Yale

A group of plastic surgeons at Yale is using virtual 3-D planning technology to improve surgical outcomes.

Homegrown public-works app reaches 2 million clicks

A mobile application founded in the Elm City for citizens to report public-works problems has now been used more than two million times around the world.

Microbiology retreat showcases research

On Friday, over 150 Yale microbiology and microbial pathology faculty, graduate students and postdoctoral associates gathered in the West Campus Conference Center to celebrate the 18th annual Microbiology Program Retreat.

Aerospace club wants new SEAS major

Yale University currently has no aerospace engineering major as part of the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Science. However, there is one undergraduate organization at Yale working to change that.

Law library holds special place in Clintons’ story

Hillary Clinton LAW ’73 and Bill Clinton LAW ’73 disagree on where they first met.

Student organizations hold first health organization bazaar

Yale’s first-ever Health Activities Bazaar attracted nearly 200 students on Saturday. Organized by Sophia Yin ’18, the policy chair of Yale Medical Professions Outreach, the bazaar was a gathering of health-related organizations at Yale.

SOM app expands to wider Yale community

Laura Fletcher SOM ’16, co-founder of the polling app oVote, believes that the app could help just about anyone, no matter how successful. “If Oprah […]

Mother-Son Duo Brings a Mother and Son to Stage

In 1979, Terra Ziporyn ’80 wrote a musical script based on the Greek myth of “Cupid and Psyche.” Wanting to bring the script to the Yale stage, she searched for a composer, but couldn’t find someone to take on the project.

Start-up provides coding instruction

This summer, a recently founded New Haven startup aims to teach students how to code.

Researchers unlock pathway responsible for allergies

A new Yale study has uncovered the regulatory pathway responsible for eliciting allergic responses.