Andrew Lai
Lai and Joo: The truth about the carillon

Harkness Tower and its loud bells are a mystery for most people at Yale. Although the campus hears the bells twice a day, much of […]

Connecticut’s 2nd District House race ballots to be recounted

The victor of the House race in Connecticut’s 2nd District — which pitted Republican incumbent Bob Simmons against Democratic challenger Joe Courtney — will be […]

Stigmas can cause weight gain

Pressuring overweight individuals to lose pounds can cause them to overeat, according to a study recently released by two Yale researchers. Nearly 80 percent of […]

Eli team ‘freezes’ stem cells

Stem cell researchers may find their jobs easier following a Yale team’s discovery of a way to halt stem cell development at the phase that […]

Prof. pushes religious debate

Religious ideas are essential for a healthy public discourse, law professor Stephen Carter LAW ’79 said in a lecture at the Law School Auditorium on […]

Coup in Thailand recalls book ban

The recent coup d’etat toppling Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has brought back into the spotlight both the role of the reigning king of Thailand, […]

Seminars aim to help local teachers, build community ties

This year, Yale students are not the only ones benefiting from the guidance of the University’s faculty. Fifty New Haven district educators participated in this […]

DeStefano solicits Dems’ campaign support

In a speech Monday night to the Yale College Democrats, New Haven Mayor and gubernatorial candidate John DeStefano Jr. urged Yale students to become involved […]

F. hockey edged by Tigers

Satisfaction can be found in a loss. And though the field hockey team has not experienced the thrill of beating Princeton in nearly 29 years, […]