Ellen Kan
Staff Reporter
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Women in STEM applaud Hopper naming decision

Female STEM students and faculty have lauded the choice to honor computer science pioneer Grace Hopper.

YSPH class strengthens community sustainability

A new course at the Yale School of Public Health will teach students to combat climate change through community-based projects.

Center for Earth Observation celebrates 25 years

As satellite-based remote sensing technology becomes more widespread and powerful, the YCEO is celebrating 25 years.

Yale joins national ACA repeal protests

On Monday afternoon, over 100 members of the Yale community formed an unbroken chain down the length of Cedar Street, joining hands in solidarity with medical campuses nationwide opposing the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

Students defend Affordable Care Act

Yale medical students have found their own way to fight against the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

F&ES fills new teaching post

A Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies search committee has selected Marlyse Duguid FES ’10 GRD ’16 to be the school’s first Thomas G. Siccama lecturer.

Student-run clinic to move

Due to restrictions imposed by federal regulations, HAVEN Free Clinic, a clinic run by Yale medical students in Fair Haven, will move its offices to […]

Yale to take over syringe exchange in New Haven

The Community Health Care Van — a local clinic initiated by the Yale AIDS program more than two decades ago — is poised to assume the responsibilities of the New Haven Health Department’s Syringe Exchange Program. At the end of 2016, the city relinquished authority over the program, which allows users of drugs and steroids to exchange used needles for clean ones. However, the CHCV’s contract with the Connecticut Department of Public Health has yet to be approved.

Class examines inclusivity in STEM

“Being Human in STEM” aims to examine how factors such as gender, race, religion, sexuality and economic circumstances shape the STEM experience at Yale and nationwide.

AASA explores intersection of social justice and mental health

The event, titled “Making Connections and Fostering Movement: Race, Social Justice and Well-Being,” featured Miraj Desai, an associate research scientist at the Yale School of Medicine.

Mumps on campus remains unconfirmed

Medical tests performed on the Yale undergraduate suspected of having contracted mumps have proved inconclusive.