When Aaron Fuchs ’09 graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering, he, like many Yalies, found himself in New York working in finance. He spent […]
November 22, 2015
In a nation where the news cycle is often filled with women being ejected from restaurants or stores for breastfeeding publicly, epidemiology professor Rafael Pérez-Escamilla, and his colleagues at the Yale School of Public Health are working to increase the effectiveness of programs that promote breastfeeding worldwide.
October 9, 2015
The Farmington Canal Rail-to-Trail Association received a $5.1 million grant last Tuesday to complete the off-road bike path connecting New Haven to Northampton, Massachusetts. The […]
October 8, 2015
Scores of Yale students are gathering in support of Bernie Sanders — a 74-year-old junior senator from Vermont, who is currently Hillary Clinton’s LAW ’73 strongest challenger for the Democratic nomination.
October 7, 2015
Five experts called on the Yale community to take action against today’s international refugee crisis at a panel on Monday.
October 6, 2015
An article published in August by Yale researchers Gina Roussos and Yarrow Dunham describes how children perceive warmth and competence when assessing social groups.
The Yale Undergraduate Research Association’s first research symposium gave Yale STEM students an opportunity they had not had before — a chance to distinguish themselves at a research symposium at their own school.
September 25, 2015