Cameron Hill
Staff Reporter
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The role of data in locating exoplanets

Yale researchers have published a paper describing the use of hard data in the search for distant exoplanets.

Evolutionary biologist argues that humanity was not inevitable

In a full lecture hall in Kline Geology Laboratory Tuesday night, Jonathan Losos, Harvard professor of organismic and evolutionary biology, discussed the evolution of the […]

Author speaks at Peabody Museum

Over 100 people crowded the Great Hall of Yale’s Peabody Museum of Natural History on Thursday evening in an event celebrating the museum’s 150th anniversary year.

Peabody anniversary attracts 800

The Peabody Museum of Natural History welcomed nearly 800 visitors on Saturday to the public opening of the exhibit “Treasures of the Peabody: 150 Years of Exploration and Discovery.”

Fitness celebrity visits campus

Brightly colored yoga mats dotted the gray of the Cross Campus steps Saturday afternoon, as fitness phenom and CEO of Blogilates Cassey Ho taught a Pilates class to a crowd of 75 students.

Peabody celebrates 150 years in style

The jazz, played in front of a backdrop of triceratops skulls, began at 5:30 p.m. when dozens of invited guests were already milling through the first-floor exhibit halls.

Event celebrates black feminism

In a packed banquet room in the Afro-American Cultural Center, six women of color shared their unique experiences navigating the intersection between race and gender at a Black Feminist Open Mic Night Sunday evening.

Peabody tours successful at YES-W

More than 80 prospective Yale students gathered outside the Class of 1954 Environmental Sciences Center on Sunday afternoon for a behind-the-scenes tour of the Peabody Museum of Natural History’s facilities and collections as a part of the annual Yale Engineering and Science Weekend.

Researchers debunk decades-old mammoth myth

The year is 1951. Skirts are full, Nat King Cole tops the charts and Holden Caulfield is still six months away from captivating disenchanted teenagers […]

Group strives to bring happiness to campus

The Happiness Challenge, an eight-week series of activities promoting mindfulness and healthy behavior, began at Yale on Monday.

New report says Elm City feels safer

Even though New Haven was ranked the ninth-most dangerous mid-sized city in the country by an October 2015 FBI crime report, Elm City residents are feeling increasingly secure in New Haven, according to a study released by the research firm DataHaven on Jan. 15.