Finnegan Schick
Staff Reporter
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Mental health services draw renewed criticism

Yale’s mental health policies continue to be scrutinized.

New play examines anarchy, metaphysics

A new undergraduate production will take audiences to the depths of London’s secret anarchist societies while exploring philosophical questions of life and religion.

DPops kicks off season with Disney, Beyonce

As Parents Weekend dawns upon the Yale arts community, the Davenport Pops Orchestra is set to perform pieces that range from Disney film scores to Beyoncé’s greatest hits.

State awarded school safety grant

Connecticut’s declining crime rates could be on the verge of dropping even further — the state was recently awarded over half a million dollars from the U.S. Department of Justice to tackle school violence.

Students bring Hong Kong protests to campus

While the Elm City was covered by persistent rain and dark clouds Wednesday afternoon, bright spots of yellow could be seen around campus.

SOM joint degrees proliferate

Students at the Yale School of Management are pursuing joint degrees in record numbers this year.

CLAY hosts second pro-life conference

The Vita et Veritas conference, held at St. Thomas More Church on Park Street, was co-sponsored by several national pro-life organizations and drew at least 85 attendees.

In corporations, humans perceive mental states

Corporations may not be people, but new cognitive science research suggests humans may think about both in a similar way.

SCHICK: The other education

Deresiewicz has received much criticism for his critique of the Ivy League from larger publications like Newsweek and The New Yorker, and even the News' editorial board itself. Yet I would like to thank Mr. Deresiewicz for putting into words something about which I care deeply.