Christine Hung
Discussion of Chinese issues must cover Taiwanese relations as well

The visit of China’s President Hu Jintao on Friday should open a Universitywide dialogue not just on the positives of the Yale-China relationship, but also […]

Racially based humor reflects badly on school

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions tells students “The pursuit of diversity and excellence lies at the heart of Yale.” The University lauds itself for creating […]

Review committee for ethnic counselors formed

With the formation of a review committee, changes to the ethnic counselor program may be on the way. Current ethnic counselors announced plans for the […]

Gay rights ministry honors Yale theologian headline

Yale Divinity School professor Margaret Farley received New Ways Ministry’s Bridge Building Award Saturday for her challenge to Catholic policy on on homosexual rights, mounted […]

State and local leaders discuss issues in Connecticut school finance

The complex issues surrounding Connecticut school funding were the focus of a Dwight Hall community discussion Monday night. The discussion — which featured state representatives […]

International issues dinner series revived

For one small group of Yalies, Monday dinners now come with an occasional side of, perhaps, Ecuadorean economics. International Conversations, an international issues discussion series, […]

Carter publishes fiction novel

It was a scene familiar to many Yale Law School students — law professor Stephen L. Carter in glasses and a gray tweed coat, reading […]

Physics panel discusses Schon case

The story of J. Hendrik Schon, a Lucent Technologies and Bell Laboratories physicist fired after allegations of scientific misconduct, was the subject of discussion for […]

Tiananmen Square historian talks of frustration

In April 1999, author Terrence Cheng was riding in a Beijing taxicab with a driver who did not want to discuss Tiananmen Square. Visiting China […]

Zen Buddhist monk claps hands at Davenport Tea

Wearing a wry half-smile, the Zen Buddhist monk in the simple gray robes paused to consider the mild, momentary havoc he had just wreaked on […]