Caitlin Roman
Yalies selected as U.S. team for Chinese debate

For Light Fellows Adam Scharfman ’08, J.T. Kennedy ’09 and Austin Woerner ’08, visiting China is nothing new. But when they travel to Beijing next […]

Fewer Elis choose Am. studies

By Caitlin Roman Staff reporter One of the top ten most popular majors on campus two decades ago, American studies is now witnessing a sharp […]

University sponsors discussion of India

NEW YORK — When New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman looks at India and China, he sees two “six-lane superhighways.” On China’s side of the […]

Elis face fines for drinking

At back-to-school festivities in the past few weeks, Elis have played hard-fought games of beer pong, downed vodka shots, wandered around with Solo cups, and […]

Univ. institutes new plagiarism policy

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Along with awkward introductions and a thorough inspection of the syllabus, the first […]

New international affairs professors to boost MacMillan Center’s offerings

As part of Yale’s effort to encourage students to pursue topics outside U.S. borders, the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies has hired two […]

YSFP to offer more meals

Squash pizza lovers, rejoice — for a brief period, there will be more opportunities to sample sustainable food in Yale’s dining halls. For the next […]

Elis prepare for Tuesday’s Fling

Before entertaining hordes of screaming Yalies at Tuesday’s Spring Fling, T.I. and his entourage will need 24 pieces of fried chicken, 32 water bottles — […]

Herbert discusses reporting career

When New York Times columnist Bob Herbert started at The New York Daily News in 1976, he said, no one at the mostly white, mostly […]

YCC Vice President: Tadvalkar wants to expand UCS advice

Name: Chetan Tadvalkar Residential College: Timothy Dwight Class Year: 2008 Hometown: Silver Spring, Md. Major: Economics and International Studies Vice presidential candidate Chetan Tadvalkar ’08 […]

Univ. worker badly injured

A Yale groundskeeper was seriously injured Wednesday when she was pinned against a wall by a lawn aerator while she was operating the machine in […]