Grace Kang
Staff Reporter
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Gov candidates opt for private funding

Both Ned Lamont SOM ’80, Democratic candidate for governor, and Bob Stefanowski, his Republican opponent, have been funding their own campaigns in this year’s gubernatorial […]

Malloy is least popular governor in U.S., poll says

Connecticut has the least popular governor in the country, according to a new Morning Consult survey published on April 12. Gov. Dannel Malloy is the […]

Condemned building’s future remains unclear

Deteriorated flooring, framing and sheathing are just some of the problems plaguing an apartment complex on Norton Street that the city deemed in danger of […]

New mental health publication released

The Yale Layer, the first undergraduate publication dedicated to mental health, launched its first issue this semester and followed up with a second issue in […]

Science on Saturdays wraps up fall season

On three Saturdays this fall, students visited Sterling Chemistry Laboratory for science lectures and demonstrations on subjects ranging from quantum physics to molecular, cellular and […]

KANG: Selective progressivism

For years, Yale has been known as the forefront of change, discussion and support. But how selective is the student body when choosing the issues […]

Yale scientists win fellowship

Three Yale scientists, Hui Cao, Peter Raymond and Karen Seto, were named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science last week. The […]

Online health care marketplace opens YNHH location

Access Health CT, an online insurance marketplace, has expanded its efforts to recruit potential clients through a new enrollment location at Yale New Haven Hospital. […]

A Different Drum takes journey into space

The undergraduate dance group A Different Drum plans to fuse outer space and dance in their performance this weekend. ADD’s theme for this semester’s performance […]

Budget worries city officials

Municipalities, including New Haven, are still grappling with what the state budget deep cuts will mean for their local governments.

Play tackles questions of race, family

Death, brotherly love and family identity drive Topdog/Underdog, a two-man play produced by the Heritage Theater Ensemble that tackles themes of racial injustice and hypermasculinity. […]