Anna Parks
Classroom lectures go mobile with podcasting

A slacker student’s dream is becoming a reality at several universities across the country. At Purdue, American and Duke universities, professors are using iPods to […]

Students push earthquake relief

Nearly two weeks after a destructive earthquake rocked the Kashmir region, Yale students and administrators are mobilizing in response to the disaster and relief efforts […]

Forestry student provides aid in La.

When pictures of the Louisiana Superdome, with its roof damaged by Hurricane Katrina, flashed across television screens, Alex McIntosh FOR ’05 said it opened his […]

University joins biotech firms for genome venture

Just as Columbus’ map showed him the location of new lands but failed to show him what he would find there, scientists now have a […]

Students choose to volunteer at Yale-New Haven Hospital

Many pre-med Yalies grow accustomed to making the trek up Science Hill for chemistry lectures, but those who seek an experience outside the classroom may […]

Y-NH installs tracking system

The idea of a device that can track a person’s every move may call forth images from George Orwell’s “1984,” but in practice a tracking […]

MCAT will receive facelift before 2007

Like many prospective medical students, Charles Drucker ’08 is preparing to apply to medical school. He is taking the pre-requisite courses, doing scientific research in […]

Possible tumor cause identified

It seems the science of stem cells has a permanent spot on the media radar, as certain types of stem cells have the ability to […]