Jaeyoung Yang
Researchers use lasers to remotely control flies

In the 1780s, Italian scientist Luigi Galvani discovered he could stimulate frog muscle by applying electric shocks. Two hundred years later, Yale scientists have traded […]

GESO leaders host undergrad teach-in

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Leaders of the Graduate Employees and Students Organization held a teach-in on Wednesday […]

Wilbon speaks on sportswriting career

popular show, “Pardon the Interruption,” and sports columnist for The Washington Post, has perhaps become best known for his work in television, but in a […]

Rodman talks Bush foreign policy

Peter Rodman, the assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs, delivered his personal perspective on Bush’s foreign policy at a Berkeley College Master’s Tea […]

Dyson talks on need for activism in society

William Dyson challenged black students at Yale to tackle key social issues affecting Connecticut such as overcrowded prisons and capital punishment in his keynote address […]

School of Music to fill three positions

The Yale School of Music is searching for three new professors to take one-year teaching appointments in violin, piano and hearing starting this fall, Music […]

Marshall scholar to study literature

Deborah Friedell ’03 has been awarded the Marshall Scholarship and plans to use the fellowship, one of the nation’s most prestigious scholarships, to study English […]

Zhang examines Chinese politics

The Chinese media face two major problems today — the censoring of content in Chinese newspapers and the abuse of journalists who question the government […]