Aparna Nathan
Staff Reporter
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Genes might play role in determining friendship

Our genes may play an important role in determining our choices of friends, according to a recent Yale study.

Becton Center cafe receives award

Ground, Yale’s new engineering cafe located on the first floor of the Becton Center, is one of ten spaces to receive a 2014 Small Project Award from the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

Porter secures House seat

Newhallville ward committee member Robyn Porter won a special election to fill the state representative seat recently vacated by new State Sen. Gary Holder-Winfield.

Smoking among mentally ill examined

Yale researchers are looking to address the issue of smoking addiction by focusing on one important population — the mentally ill.

State struggles with placement of transgender inmate

The status of one transgendered teen in the custody of the Connecticut Department of Children and Families (DCF) has triggered questions of both juvenile justice and transgender rights.

Coalition hosts mental health weekend

This weekend, students, faculty members and administrators came together to discuss issues of mental health at Yale.

Register move stalled

Plans for the New Haven Register to move to a more central downtown location have lost momentum in recent weeks.

Installation auditions solar panels

The five new solar panels on Kline Geology Laboratory may not be harvesting energy, but they could help reduce Yale’s energy bill.

With brain scan, a face reconstructed

New neuroscience research may provide us with a way to see the world through other people’s eyes.

Details of private event with Kissinger leaked

A private visit to Yale from former secretary of state Henry Kissinger was leaked and publicized by multiple publications on Monday.

Students learn wilderness medicine over break

While many students traveled with family or friends over spring break, around a dozen students stayed in New Haven for a rigorous eight-day Wilderness First Responder course.