David Shieh
After decades of growth, minority enrollment steadies

Don Nakanishi ’71 usually dreaded December 7. When he was growing up in East Los Angeles, some high school teacher would invariably mention the anniversary […]

Candidates for YSAC chair

Name: Jackie Carter Residential college: Saybrook Class year: 2007 Hometown: New York, N.Y. Major: Ethics, politics and economics Current YSAC secretary Jackie Carter ’07 said […]

Journalist discusses potential jail time

Time Magazine’s White House correspondent Matt Cooper said he is still trying to find the right words to explain to his six-year-old son that “daddy […]

Yale staff extends tsunami relief

Students and faculty have thus far led the fund raising effort for tsunami victims in Asia, but Wednesday evening Yale staff will contribute their time […]

Bromley’s legacy is honored at Battell service

After physics and engineering professor D. Allan Bromley received the prestigious National Medal of Science at a White House ceremony in 1988, he had a […]

Yale defeats Harvard in blood drive contest

Yale emerged victorious after hundreds of pints of blood flowed during its latest showdown with Harvard. In the first Yale-Harvard blood drive, Yale’s total of […]

Yalies perform to help Catholic soup kitchen

Dressed in their best church clothes, small children climbed on top of their parents’ shoulders, straining to get a good view of the Yale Anti-Gravity […]

Institute of Sacred Music founder dies at age 88

Robert Baker, the founding director and a professor emeritus of the Institute of Sacred Music, died in late January in his home in Hamden of […]

Filmmaker Burns analyzes race at tea

Celebrated documentary film maker Ken Burns has extensive experience with battles. His expansive, 11-hour documentary on the Civil War earned him two Emmy Awards and […]