Divya Subrahmanyam
Staff Reporter
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Fellows aim for exchange, networking on campus

Huzir Sulaiman’s lilting Malaysian accent echoed through Trumbull College’s Nick Chapel Theater, where he expounded on art and issues of cultural identity from the middle […]

Student thrust into spotlight for discovery

Yale graduate student Tyler Lyson GRD ’12 has been thrown into the limelight this week for his discovery of a rare mummified dinosaur — a […]

M. fencing opens year with 2-2 split in Mass.

Yale’s foils shone in Waltham, Mass. Led by its talented young foil squad, the men’s fencing team (2-2) kicked off its season at the Brandeis […]

Yale scientists develop new cancer therapy

After 10 years of trial and error, Yale bioengineers have developed a new approach to brain-tumor chemotherapy that could potentially extend the life spans of […]

Study seeks new PMDD treatment

For women suffering from premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) — a debilitating form of PMS that affects between 3 and 6 percent of women — and […]

Diabetes info, tests provided by CARE

While their parents had their blood sugar tested in the glass-walled Rose Center yesterday, two young girls played Dance Dance Revolution to learn about exercise […]

Total number of women in Univ. faculty increases

The percentage of Yale professors who are women has increased slightly in the last five years, as has the percentage of women faculty with tenure, […]

Funding cuts for science research hurt labs

Federal funding for science research nationwide failed to keep up with inflation last year, causing research expenditures to decrease for the first time in over […]

’07 Elis embark on Fulbrights

As mid-terms approached last year, Jen Goldman ’07 did not expect to be spending the first week of the following October in an Italian convent. […]

Hispanic Heritage festivities kick off

Paella parties, Latin music and a lot of Hispanic pride will come to New Haven this month as Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations kick off. The […]