Jacqueline Sahlberg
Halejian ’15 is Rookie of the Month

The women’s basketball team may call her “Little Sarah” because of her quiet nature, but in her first season at Yale, Sarah Halejian ’15 is […]

Food deserts remain in New Haven

Yale students may no longer be hungry for a grocery store with the recent openings of Stop & Shop and Elm City Market, but concerns […]

Hurricane damage to surge

The impact of climate and demographic changes may make serious storms like Hurricane Katrina more frequent occurrences, according a recently published study. The economic damage […]

Stress causes brain shrinkage

A new Yale study shows that stress can reduce brain volume and function, even in otherwise healthy individuals. Researchers from the Yale Stress Center analyzed […]

New research on climate skepticism

Learning more about science in general may not make individuals more likely to accept the science behind climate change, according to a new Yale research […]

Yale researchers find evidence of lost tortoise

Six feet long, 900 pounds and back from the dead? A giant tortoise species studied by Darwin and thought to be extinct for 150 years […]

Shopping Period Dispatches: Day 1

Shopping Period can be a weird and unsettling time for Yalies so accustomed to well-ordered lives, but it is also a time of many notable […]

Fancy wrapping paper can be bad, researchers say

Scrambling to wrap those last few presents? Drop the fancy wrapping paper, put down the ribbon and stop channeling Martha Stewart — a recent Yale […]

Researchers tackle allegations of bias in college football ranking

College football fans disappointed by Sunday’s Bowl Championship Series (BCS) selection show now have a Yale professor’s study supporting allegations of bias and conflicts of […]

FOOTBALL | Bulldogs hail McHale

Will McHale ’13 may have the football gene in his DNA. With a father and a grandfather who both played linebacker at Notre Dame, McHale’s […]

Grant enables prof. to study ecosystem change

The YSI Foundation awarded Gaboury Benoit ’76, a professor of environmental chemistry at Yale, a $15,000 grant on Nov. 6 to study the environmental changes […]