Bess Hinson
Comedian Cho explores heritage over tea

California police had their hands full Sunday morning, or so the rumor went. “As of this morning, I’m arrested in Oakland!” seasoned comedian and celebrity […]

Club sports consider varsity status

Until 45 years ago, when the Club Sports program was established, sports such as polo, rugby and skiing were “minor sports” at Yale. Today, no […]

Prof, Dickinson expert Sewall GRD ’33 dead at age 95

Richard Sewall GRD ’33, longtime English professor and Emily Dickinson expert, died at his home in Newton, Mass., April 16. He was 95. In the […]

Egg hunt fills the Green

A New Haven Green littered with paper wrappers and foil was cleaned in a matter of seconds by hundreds of eager New Haven residents Saturday. […]

W. water polo falls short of title

The women’s water polo team overcame player injuries to place second at the New England Championship Tournament last weekend. The Bulldogs competed at Wesleyan University […]

Author Wolfe ‘hooks up’ at tea

Tom Wolfe GRD ’57 may have studied at Yale in the 1950s, but he is still in touch with college life. Wolfe told students at […]

Women’s water polo expects success at upcoming tourney

The women’s water polo team (8-0) brings its undefeated record and No. 1 seed in the New England region to the New England Championship at […]

Reeve advocates stem cell research at medical school

Actor Christopher Reeve offered praise for researchers and sharp criticism of American policymakers as he urged students to support embryonic stem cell research during a […]

Dining halls add home-cooked fare

Home cooking has now joined Pan Geos and the bread bars as a Yale Dining Services specialty. Yale’s residential college dining halls adopted a new […]

Comedy writer livens up Tea

Allison Silverman ’94, a comedy writer for the “Late Show with Conan O’Brien,” is living her dream. “It’s like being God,” Silverman said. “It’s really […]

A Yale tale of toys and trains

  As a boy, Lawrence Scripps Wilkinson played with electric trains. As a man, Wilkinson, a 1950 graduate of Yale College, still plays with electric […]