BiP, the street artist formerly known as Believe in People, has illegally worked on another Yale building.
April 1, 2014
New research from the Yale School of Management suggests it’s not the thought that counts.
A new Yale study investigated why people would pay exorbitant sums of money for Beyoncé’s boots or Oprah’s overcoat.
March 4, 2014
Researchers discovered for the first time that the brains of gambling addicts may have different structures than those of the rest of the population.
February 4, 2014
BiP, the artist formerly known as Believe in People — a mysterious figure who secretly transforms New Haven buildings at night — said farewell to […]
January 17, 2014
The first-ever study of electronic cigarette use among youths found that smoking is on the rise. The study performed by a team of researchers at […]
January 14, 2014
Administering the “love hormone” oxytocin to children with autism leads to the normalization of the reward and emotion centers in the brain.
December 3, 2013
Chicago native and Yale sociology professor Andrew Papachristos has discovered that social networks are the single most predictive factor in violent crime in his home […]
Yale Peabody Museum is displaying a piece of what could be the first known meteorite from Mercury to ever strike earth.
November 22, 2013
For six years in a row, disabled students in New Haven have been given the chance to dance through the New Haven Ballet’s Shared Ability […]
October 28, 2013
Last weekend Yale hosted Vita et Veritas, the first pro-life conference held at the University.
October 21, 2013