Heather Richels
Grad’s debut novel likened to ‘Gatsby’

Nervous members of the class of 2007 may want to avoid “The Tourists,” a new novel by Jeff Hobbs ’02. For the book’s main characters, […]

Seniors feel heat of the job search

As graduation approaches, current seniors will brace themselves for the inevitable question: What are your plans for next year? Many spring semester seniors start to […]

Youth plan still in early stages

Two months after Mayor John DeStefano Jr.’s inaugural speech, in which he announced an ambitious plan to prevent New Haven youth from “falling through the […]

Campus men are split on staying at home

The competing ideals of the caring, stay-at-home mother and the high-powered career woman have collided for decades, and Ivy League schools have often been breeding […]

Ivies tighten tailgate rules

While Yale administrators continue to discuss possible changes to the University’s tailgating policy at sporting events, recent changes to alcohol policies at other Ivy League […]

A cappella groups jam at art gallery

The Yale University Art Gallery shattered the stereotype of a stuffy, quiet museum at its open house last night, as university a cappella groups filled […]

Jesse Jackson rallies GESO

Supporters of the Graduate Employees and Students Organization gathered to hear the Rev. Jesse Jackson speak yesterday, jubilant after what they said was a breakthough […]

GESO looks to TA unions at other schools

While Yale’s Graduate Employees and Students Organization continues to press for recognition from a University whose administrators say the existence of such a union will […]

Candidates for vice president

Name: Ryan Atlas Residential college: Branford Class year: 2007 Hometown: Houston, Texas Major: Ethics, politics and economics Ryan Atlas ’07 said that as vice president, […]

Prof says revised SAT won’t make the grade

A new version of the SAT was administered to students across the country on March 12, with changes including a 25-minute essay and a more […]

Several factors hinder women in the sciences

Although opinion varies widely on the current state of gender equality in the sciences at Yale, most administrators, faculty and graduate students said they agree […]