Dhruv Aggarwal
Yale Aerospace team makes egg-tossing history

Members of the Yale Undergraduate Aerospace Association spent Saturday April 6 tossing eggs in the air.

Scientist talks nanodevices

Researchers at the School of Engineering & Applied Science have made a key discovery in the field of quantum optomechanics.

YCC | Brian Lei ’16, UOC chair

Brian Lei ’16 hopes that, as the only candidate with experience serving on the Undergraduate Organizations Committee, Yale students will elect him the group’s chair.

Seinfeld star provides students with laughs

Jason Alexander spoke about his early career and his path to acting success at a Jonathan Edwards College Master’s Tea Sunday evening.

Mainstream media stereotypes obesity

Obese people are negatively portrayed in mainstream media, a Yale researcher has found.

Looking beyond the US-China rivalry

Business leaders gathered Saturday afternoon to discuss the political and economic relationship between the two nations.

Study pinpoints schizophrenia-causing receptor

A Yale study has identified the neuroreceptor whose malfunction is thought to cause cognitive diseases such as schizophrenia.

History of Science, History of Medicine introduces pathways

Starting this year, the History of Science, History of Medicine major will be offered under a new name — and with a different set of graduation requirements.

Malloy announces new bioscience act

Gov. Dannel Malloy announced his plans for a $200 million Bioscience Innovation Act, which aims to boost Connecticut’s biotechnology sector, at a ceremony held in Farmington last week.

Conservatives mull environmentalism

Bob Inglis, a former six-term Republican U.S. representative from South Carolina, spoke Wednesday night in William L. Harkness Hall on harnessing free markets for environmentalism.

Former Harvard president talks fiscal cliff

In a talk entitled “Economic Possibilities for our Children,” former Harvard President and economist Larry Summers spoke about how the nation must respond to the fiscal cliff.