Claudia Martinez
Med school prof battles HIV in Eastern Europe

Yale researchers are tackling the burgeoning HIV epidemic in Eastern Europe. School of Medicine professor Frederick L. Altice and his research team received a $4.2 […]

Berkeley dean to depart for Hotchkiss

Berkeley College Dean Kevin Hicks ’89 will step down at the end of the school year after five years as dean, he announced in an […]

Vt. environmentalist loves land

Relying on facts and numbers is not enough to resolve environmental issues such as global warming and air pollution, said Peter Forbes, founder of the […]

Elm City’s restaurants prepare to dish it out

More than two dozen restaurants across New Haven are gearing up for one of their busiest weeks of the year. For Restaurant Week this spring, […]

4chan founder talks Web entrepreneurship

He may not have flown into Yale in a helicopter as he would have liked, but Christopher Poole — the founder of the popular website […]

Scholars talk Texas prisons

Everything’s bigger in Texas — including the prison system, said historian Robert Perkinson GRD ’01 at a talk in Labyrinth Bookstore on Thursday. Perkinson and […]

Dr. Ruth promises lifetime of ‘good sex’

This past Friday, Dr. Ruth Westheimer appeared in front of hundreds of army cadets at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. “I got a […]

Krupp urges carbon caps

The United States needs to act now on environmental issues, Environmental Defense Fund President Fred Krupp ’75 said at a Pierson College Master’s Tea on […]

Amtrak goes wireless

When Brendan Harrington ’13 rode the Acela Express — Amtrak’s high-speed rail service in the Northeast — this week, he discovered a new feature: wireless […]

Elis form health care group

A new organization on campus hopes to spark debate on a number of health care issues, the group’s founders said. The Yale Undergraduate Healthcare Society […]