Faizan Diwan
Gallery hosts debate on cultural property

New York Times contributor Hugh Eakin appeared Thursday at a Yale Art Gallery debate on cultural property rights. The “Who Owns Culture?” debate, which was […]

Journalist calls for truth in war

“What is the first casualty of war?” former military reporter Rick Scavetta asked a group of city residents yesterday. Without hesitation, the audience replied with […]

Kids can learn through comic relief

Creating a teaching program that children see as play and not work is difficult, but a new literacy program aims to tackle this challenge by […]

Med school courses go online

Come this winter, practicing doctors seeking to continue their medical education will be able to take Yale School of Medicine classes from the comfort of […]

Chile beckons to astro students

Undergraduates frustrated at the lack of science-oriented study abroad opportunities will now have the chance to take a six-week course in astronomical observation in South […]

Connecticut gained jobs in September, data shows

Numbers released by the Connecticut Department of Labor on Thursday show the state has gained jobs recently, but Governor M. Jodi Rell and gubernatorial candidate […]

City program celebrates kids at work

City officials and community members involved in Youth At Work gathered Thursday night to celebrate the success of the organization’s efforts to raise $1.1 million […]