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Directed Studies considers piloting East Asian texts

Known for its Western focus, Directed Studies may soon incorporate texts from the East Asian canon. Faculty from the Humanities and East Asian Studies programs […]

More than 1,000 congregate to denounce immigration ban

People began congregating in front of Sterling Memorial Library shortly before 6 p.m., the word “solidarity” projected onto its facade.

Shopping period a burden for faculty, boon for students

As classrooms fill with waves of eager students, shopping period is leaving many Yale faculty members unsatisfied with the current undergraduate course selection process.

Santos sheds light on human nature

Atheists, secularists and the intellectually curious gathered in The Grove on Chapel Street Sunday afternoon to hear Yale psychology professor and Head of Silliman College Laurie Santos discuss the scientific reasons why humans imitate the destructive behavior of others.