Brendan Hellweg

Why would you give to an imperfect institution that has more money than anybody can really imagine? Every year when the Senior Class Gift campaign […]

Yale Scientific spearheads first biotech fair

The Yale Scientific Magazine and the Office of Career Strategy co-hosted Yale’s first biotechnology recruitment fair on Friday, featuring five biotechnology firms and six Yale laboratories looking for interested Yale applicants for either postgraduate work or summer internships.

Meningitis confirmed on campus

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have confirmed that the Silliman College freshman who was hospitalized on Sunday night for a possible case of bacterial meningitis has the disease.

Project Bright, SolarCity partner up

A group of Yale students is partnering with SolarCity, a leading nationwide solar panel company, to accelerate what they consider administrative lethargy in responding to changing sustainability needs on college campuses.

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PillTracker suggests growing social entrepeneurship at SPH

Two Yale School of Public Health students have developed a solution to inconsistent prescription adherence — a medical issue that kills 125,000 people a year — as part of a growing focus on entrepreneurialism in Yale’s health care programs.

Yale joins major computing initiative

Yale has joined a $10 million computer science initiative that seeks to eliminate one of the major sources of flaws in computer software by applying […]

Local 34 votes to secure 986 jobs

In response to concerns about the School of Medicine outsourcing and relocating jobs, New Haven’s Local 34 Union voted Wednesday to prioritize “securing” 986 union […]

Twenty buildings pilot carbon charge

Woodbridge Hall, Berkeley College and La Casa Cultural are among 20 campus buildings that will be included in a six-month-long pilot project to reduce Yale’s carbon emissions.

Students question STEM profs’ awareness of campus issues

On Nov. 29, physics professor Douglas Stone released an open letter expressing support for Silliman College Master Nicholas Christakis and Associate Master Erika Christakis. In the days that followed, students began to raise concerns that the professors who chose to sign onto the letter — three quarters of whom work in STEM fields — are out of touch with campus climate.

No students on F&ES dean search committee

Over one third of students at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies have signed an open letter to Salovey calling for him to place a student on the search committee for the school’s new dean.

Students question cultural sensitivity at FES

Following a town hall meeting yesterday between students and administrators at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, students expressed concern regarding cultural insensitivity on part of the school’s administration and faculty and the lack of faculty diversity at the school.