Cora Lewis
Maps and manuscripts illustrate an old worldview

Napoleon Bonaparte famously had his men re-draw the world’s map to make France larger, but he wasn’t the only historic figure who tried to alter […]

Posner raises human rights awareness

Michael Posner sends notes to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton LAW ’73 every few hours, asking her if the United States can take in more […]

Steinem headlines talk about feminism

Famed feminist Gloria Steinem said college curricula should be revamped to be more inclusive, warning modern women against “reinventing the wheel” in their feminism because […]

For student publications, what’s in a name?

When Eric Ward ’10 and Elisa Gonzalez ’11 decided to found an undergraduate magazine called The Yale (College) Book Review, The Yale Review asked them […]

For Yale Farm, much ado about a sign

Daniel MacPhee, manager of the Yale Farm, once had to chase down a bus full of schoolchildren who had come to volunteer for the day […]

Students push for school reform

The undergraduate organization New Haven Action wants 787 New Haven public school parents to attend this coming Thursday’s Board of Aldermen finance committee meeting. The […]

School board meeting protested

New Haven Public Schools officials say they are making progress with offering Spanish translation in public schools. But one New Haven grassroots organization rallied to […]

Armbrust feeling right at home

“Freshman.” “Hard-working.” “Good at keeping track of pinnies.” As the men’s soccer team warmed up before their Tuesday practice at Reese Stadium, the players took […]

Inspiration for ‘House’ talks medicine, journalism

When a television producer named Paul Attanasio called up Dr. Lisa Sanders MED ’79 and asked her to be a medical adviser for a show […]