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SOM startup to come to college

Passenger Pigeon — a new School of Management startup that offers an affordable alternative to traditional shipping methods — will fly down Whitney Avenue to central campus this week.

Women’s conference speaks against stereotypes in workforce

Over 400 students gathered at the Yale Law School Saturday morning to attend the seventh annual Yale Women in Leadership Conference.

Despite storm, Yalies set to win blood drive contest

This week, Yale will defend its four-year winning streak in the annual Harvard-Yale blood drive.

SOM students experience shopping woes

Shopping period at the School of Management this semester has had to accommodate an increase in course demand from the growing student population.

After Paris attacks, no changes to study abroad programs

The Center for International and Professional Experience is currently supporting one year-long student in Paris, and an additional 10 students are scheduled to go to Paris this semester.

Longer reading period viewed favorably

After classes end this semester, students will have an additional day to study for their final exams.

New pizzeria offers Chipotle-style service

Dubbed the “Chipotle of Pizzerias,” Red Tomado is serving wood-fired pizzas from its first location on Church Street.

Former FES dean exhorts fight against climate change

When asked where he got the motivation to persist in his fight against climate change, former School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Dean Gus Speth ’64 LAW ’69 compared himself to Sisyphys — the mythical Greek king condemned to an eternity of rolling a boulder uphill and watching it roll back down.

Inability to recognize voices confirmed

Some people lack the ability to recognize familiar voices, according to a recent study from Yale and the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, a research center in Germany.

Veterans emerge victorious in court

The Veterans Legal Services Clinic at Yale Law School won a pivotal case for veterans’ affairs last week.

Report shows racial profiling in YPD, NHPD

Traffic stop data, which is aggregated by police statewide, have been released to inform effective police protocol and investigate the incidence of racial profiling in Connecticut.