Claire Stanford
First place non-fiction: ‘The First Step’

Spain is a land of legends — giant legends. It is a place where stories, both religious and secular, crop up, gain ground, and soon […]

Professors cultivate a class, not a menagerie

In March 2003, the Yale Law School auditorium overflowed with hundreds of students eager to hear a panel of professors’ opinions on the potential war […]

Duelers fight ‘Chaos’ with foam

They are the best-kept secret at Yale. Their mission is to supervise extra-nonsensical activity on Cross Campus. They are our best, last and only line […]

RNC sparks student activism

While most Yale students were moving boxes from storage, decorating their rooms, and catching up with friends on Sunday, Miranda Jones ’06 and Abe Koogler […]

Subletters face tough market

Jacob Jou ’06 has a to-do list posted next to his computer. The list includes going to a teaching assistant’s office hours and attending a […]

Water cooler has washers

Deep in the basement of every residential college, amid piles of clothing and chunks of lint and dust, lies the darker side of Yale. Late […]

Yalies go door to door to make impact in ’04

While many political Yalies spend their summers on the Hill in Washington D.C., this year, some students will try to forward their political interests the […]

‘Assassins’ returns but requires new weapons

Samantha Henderson ’07 chased her target down the hall of the fourth floor of Bingham, brandishing her weapon while other Trumbull freshmen looked on with […]

Students waver on whether or not to vote

Maren Ludwig ’05 will be calling lots of friends on her cell phone today. But Ludwig — the registrar of voters for the Yale College […]

Dating site links students, but ‘flirts’ fall short of dates

According to the photos uploaded on YaleStation’s Dating Web site, Yale students are drunk people, people wearing silly hats, humorous animals, babies, or celebrities ranging […]

Luxury apartments dress up downtown housing options

At 227 Church St., located diagonally across from the Whitney Humanities Center, a signboard advertises, “Now Leasing Luxury Apartments.” The building, formerly the home of […]