Charlie Friedman
Harvard’s Pinker explains ‘what makes people tick’

Speaking about “what makes people tick,” renowned Harvard cognitive scientist Steven Pinker explained human nature Wednesday afternoon by invoking the philosophies of John Locke, Jean-Jacques […]

City starts on school building project

The city of New Haven began demolition last Saturday of 61 buildings in order to construct a new Prince-Welch Annex school for students in pre-kindergarten […]

Law School continues reign atop rankings

In the latest U.S. News & World Report graduate rankings, the Yale Law School continued to occupy the top spot, while the University’s other graduate […]

Stanford expert on stigmas to join Psych dept. in ’04

In an effort to increase both departmental diversity and a growing interest in the field of social psychology, the Yale Psychology Department recently hired Valerie […]

Ex-CIA chief talks democracy, terror

Former Director of Central Intelligence R. James Woolsey LAW ’68 used to talk to his favorite Washington, D.C., taxi drivers rather than trust public opinion […]

Mourners remember crash victims

Hundreds of friends, family members and neighbors gathered at funeral services in Massachusetts and New York Tuesday to remember and mourn two of the four […]