Chloe Kimball
Staff Reporter
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CT demographics may favor Clinton

Among the 151,584 votes Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders collected in his landslide New Hampshire primary victory last Tuesday was a surprisingly large contingent of unexpected supporters: women under 30.

Black Panther documentary inspires race dialogue

Last Saturday afternoon, a diverse group of Yale students and New Haven residents packed into a lecture hall at the Loria Center for what seemed to be a typical showing of the new documentary film, “The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution.” But as the subsequent question-and-answer session with Yale College Dean Jonathan Holloway unfolded, it became clear that the event was more than just a screening — it was a springboard for intense dialogue about New Haven’s race relations.

Nicotine reduces aggressive episodes

For many people, the word nicotine conjures an image of a toxic and addictive drug — the key component of tobacco. The Yale School of […]

Activists call for foster care support

Though the number of Connecticut children in need of foster homes is dropping, local activists are still calling for improvement to the foster care system.

Former Yale professor subject to libel probe

A libel probe has been filed against former Yale professor Jan Gross GRD ’75 by prosecutors in Warsaw, Poland following an op-ed Gross published claiming that Poles were responsible for the deaths of more Jews than the Germans during World War II.

Students ambivalent on flipped chemistry classroom

Last year, the Chemistry Department experimented not only with molecules and reactions but also with pedagogical techniques.

Bass shows throwback horror films

Last night, weary students in Bass Library were given the opportunity to take a break from their work by watching a series of murders on screen.

Mental health coalition aims to engage students

On Sunday, 14 undergraduates gathered in a classroom on Hillhouse Avenue for the year’s first meeting of the Coalition for Mental Health and Wellbeing. Their task: facilitate communication among different groups on mental health issues at Yale.

The Fibers of the World We Live In

The narrow, underground hallway of the JE basement opens up into a brightly lit gallery that currently displays the work of JE freshman Tsedenya Simmie. Her photography exhibition, “Textures of Life: Glimpses of Addis Ababa,” celebrates the opposing textures that coexist in her hometown of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Elm City Social looks to bring lively bar to College Street

This July, a new bar and restaurant, Elm City Social, opened its doors at 266 College St.