Anjali Balakrishna
Voting in the age of the Internet

As Yalies get out to vote today, the Web is offering a number of resources to make the process easier. Google has set up an […]

Signs of voting

Students awoke this morning to signs posted on their doors and around campus encouraging them to get out to vote. The signs provided general information […]

Most students set to vote in home state

Despite important races for governor and other offices in Connecticut, most Yale voters are planning to cast their votes in their home states instead of […]

New book tackles sex, God, conservatism

For God, for Country — and for Sex? Nathan Harden ’09, a national blogger and self-proclaimed “Post-Bush conservative,” landed a deal to write his memoirs […]

Software a treasure trove for Remote Tutoring

One Yale alum’s new software program, TutorTrove, is making waves in the tutoring world. The scene is nothing new — a high school student looks […]

New public health fellows will learn in the field

This spring, a group of 10 to 15 sophomores and juniors will take interdisciplinary classes about public health, do fieldwork and obtain internships through the […]

Yale spinoff wins suit against Apple

After just a week of court deliberations, Yale-spinoff Mirror Worlds LLC has been awarded more than $600 million from Apple Inc. in compensation for patent […]

Student bike share program revamped

Eight hours after the Yale Student Environmental Coalition launched a new version of its Bike Rental Program on Tuesday, not a single bike remained unclaimed. […]