Daniella Cohen
Staff Reporter
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An Orgy of Delight

Center stage, a pink-wigged mannequin head greets audience members, waiting with them for the lights to go down.

Obama approves YLS clemency petition

On Oct. 27, President Barack Obama approved a clemency petition issued by the Yale Law School’s Samuel Jacobs Criminal Justice Clinic on behalf of Alberto Lopez.

Silliman haunted house comes back to life

The annual Silliman tradition returned Sunday and Monday for the first time since 2013, with more than 100 students attending the Sunday night event at Santos’ house. But while Silliman usually holds only a single event for Halloween each year, Santos said she decided to combine all the traditional events into one “Halloweekend” featuring a Halloween cookout and a costume party, as well as the haunted house.

Ngan Vu
OCS encourages creative career paths

Yale students pursuing careers as musicians, museum curators or U.S. senators may benefit from a new Office of Career Strategy initiative designed to help students […]

Science program extends outreach to young women

Last Saturday, 171 New Haven middle school girls took over Sloane Physics Lab to broaden their scientific horizons and discover the properties of light.

New science building approved

After the addition of two new residential colleges, Science Hill will undergo another transformation with the upcoming construction of the Yale Science Building.

Sterling Chem Lab still incomplete

After two-plus years of heavy construction, scheduling conflicts and laboratory musical chairs, Yale STEM finally has a stable home-base.