Charlotte Wang
Egyptologists celebrate acquisitions with a lecture

The recently acquired collection from the research of silent film star turned Egyptologist Natacha Rambova will pave the way for new research, John Darnell, Yale […]

Q&A | Eli an advocate for the homeless

In light of her upcoming re-appointment to the New Haven Homeless Advisory Commission on Monday, Beth Reisfeld ’09, the co-coordinator of the Yale Hunger and […]

SAILING | Yale sailors brave harsh conditions

Shifty winds and an unconventional course characterized this weekend’s Marchiando-Friis Team Race, hosted by MIT and Tufts in Cambridge, Mass. The No. 3 Bulldog coed […]

U.S. still on top, says Cardoso

Despite predictions that the global financial crisis could topple the economic hegemony of the United States, the country will remain the world’s preeminent power at […]

Islamic scholars assemble at Yale

More than 100 scholars of Islamic studies from around the country gathered at Yale this weekend for the eighth annual Critical Islamic Reflections Conference, “Community […]

Briefly: Tweed resolution approved at Board of Aldermen meeting

In Monday’s Board of Aldermen meeting, the board unanimously passed a resolution to install a sound barrier along the State Street entrance to highway I-91 […]

Alumni explore Latino issues at conference

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. More than 200 Latino alumni from around the country gathered at Yale this […]

Over tea, PepsiCo chief talks business

After years of putting in 20-hour days and sleeping only when it was convenient, PepsiCo Chairwoman and Chief Executive Officer Indra Nooyi SOM ’80 said […]

Viertel urges sustainability

For Joshua Viertel, sustainable farming does not only mean picking fruits from orchards and buying them from farmers’ markets. Viertel — the co-founder and former […]