Dennis Hong
Group criticizes hospital debt collection practices

A social justice organization connected with Yale’s unions has accused Yale-New Haven Hospital of unfair debt collection processes and misuse of donated free health care […]

WHO is neglecting Taiwan in SARS fight, students say

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. A group of Taiwanese students says the World Health Organization is short-changing Taiwan […]

University responds to SARS threat

As the global threat of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome increases, the University and Yale-New Haven Hospital are taking steps to prepare for the mysterious disease […]

High school students explore medicine at ‘Research Day’

Considering whether to pursue a career path in medicine is a decision many high school students face during their academic careers. A group of Yale […]

Surgery pioneer, prof Glenn dies at 88

World-renowned cardiothoracic surgery pioneer and Yale professor William Glenn died March 10 in Peterborough, N.H. He was 88. Glenn achieved worldwide recognition as a surgeon, […]

Hospital workers rally for unionization rights

More than 1,000 union members and supporters called on Yale and Yale-New Haven Hospital to settle contracts and respect hospital workers’ right to unionize during […]

Med school adjusts to new digs on Congress

With construction on the medical school’s $176 million Congress Avenue Building finally complete, the daunting task of moving in begins. The move-in, which has been […]

Hospital denies misusing bed funds

Yale-New Haven Hospital officials, facing a state lawsuit, denied allegations last week that the hospital misused funds intended for the poor. Connecticut Attorney General Richard […]

Yale med school apps remain steady

Though the number of medical school applicants nationwide has fallen dramatically, applications to the Yale School of Medicine remained steady. Approximately 3,400 applicants applied to […]

Students focus on South Asian issues at conference

While today’s college students have often been criticized for political apathy, the considerable crowds in attendance at this past weekend’s “Solidarity” conference defied the trend. […]

City library slashes hours after deep budget cuts

As a brand new school year begins, New Haven residents and children are finding it more difficult to enjoy the collections of the New Haven […]