Audrey Luo
LUO: Endorse a culture of support

Tackling this issue requires not only policy change on the part of the administration, but also a shift in campus attitude to promote mental well-being.

Support for weight discrimination laws increases

Public support for legislation protecting Americans against weight discrimination has steadily increased over the past three years.

Bioethicist talks personal genomics

Dov Greenbaum is a professor at the Yale School of Medicine and a practicing intellectual property attorney who studies the bioethical issues in personal genomics.

Yale promotes emotional intelligence

The Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence hosted nearly 75 leaders from New England school districts on Tuesday.

King talks nonviolent social change

The civil rights movement must extend to human rights, according to Dr. Alveda King, niece of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.

Students to construct solar-powered house

Next year, a group of Yale students will build a solar-powered house on West Campus and ship it to California for the biennial Solar Decathlon.

300 attend ITASA conference

Nearly 300 students from 30 colleges descended on New Haven this weekend for the 2014 Intercollegiate Taiwanese-American Students Association Conference.

Murphy urges colleges to go smoke-free

Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy urged the state’s college presidents to ban smoking from campuses last week.

Rodgers talks “Age of Fracture”

Choice, agency and individuality came to the forefront of modern American culture during the late twentieth century, according to former Princeton University professor Daniel Rodgers.

Yale alumni service expands

The Yale Alumni Service Corps (YASC) is in the process of expanding its program in the United States.

Feminists speak at journalism panel

Three prominent female editors from various feminist publications spoke on campus Wednesday evening.