Harvard-Yale ticket sales fall

The past two times Harvard hosted the Harvard-Yale football game, tickets for Yale students sold out in a matter of days. But this year, after over a week of sales, fewer than 2,600 students have purchased tickets to the game.


Panel addresses gender bias in sciences

A Thursday night panel hosted by Women in Science at Yale discussed a recent study showing a gender bias against women in scientific fields.


Roshni asserts South Asian identity

On Friday, Yale’s South Asian Society hosted its largest-ever Roshni performance showcase.


Family Weekend breeds a cappella stress

This year’s early arrival of Family Weekend has brought a capella stress levels to a crescendo. This year’s Family Weekend — Friday, Oct. 12 through Sunday, Oct. 14 ­— comes two weeks earlier than the weekend has fallen in the past, giving student performance groups little time to arrange pieces and prepare new members for […]


Buckley criticizes expanding role of government

Nearly 70 years after graduating from Yale, James L. Buckley ’44 LAW ’49 returned to campus as the only living person to have held a high office in each of the three branches of the United States government. Buckley reflected on the balance between state and federal power and its origins in the Constitution at […]


Ex-offenders register with Unlock the Vote

With the U.S. presidential election approaching in November, a new voter registration program in New Haven is seeking to address misconceptions about ex-offenders’ right to cast a ballot. On Tuesday, Unlock the Vote launched its first registration drive at the Project Model Offender Reintegration Experience headquarters on Grand Avenue to reach out to potential voters […]


Avant-garde director stresses the classics

Though some call the works of theater director Robert Wilson radical, he said he sees his style as a “rediscovery of the classics.” An audience of over 150 undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and community members crowded into the gallery space at the Yale School of Art’s 36 Edgewood Ave. building to hear the award-winning […]


University still recovering from floods

Nearly 50 buildings on campus are still recovering from damage sustained during the torrential downpours that struck New Haven in mid-August. The rain, which fell at a rate of six inches per hour and left Cross Campus under a few inches of water, affected several residential college basements, Bass Library, the Hall of Graduate Studies […]