Janine Hum
Students get clever with robots

This weekend, a rowdy, banner-waiving, youthful crowd filled the New Haven Coliseum. Dressed in team colors, they formed a conga line and danced down the […]

Good fire doors make odd neighbors

Fire doors in Yale’s residential rooms are there to save lives, but at 4 a.m., many a Yalie would rather risk peril in a raging […]

Yalies with piercings: a small but visible minority

Last April Fool’s Day, Marissa Ain ’04 called her mother with some surprising news. She said that she had dyed her hair purple, pierced her […]

Broad use of meningitis vaccine questioned

Beverly Beckwith had just started working as the director of nursing at the University of Connecticut when an epidemic struck the student body. “It was […]

Externships let Yalies learn from the best

Ashleigh Hegedus ’03 stood by a patient whose ribcage was wide open as a group of doctors stopped his heart from beating, took blood vessels […]

Gay studies, professors face rocky road at Yale

Former Yale professor Jonathan Weinberg ’78 said he first came out in 1977 because of a gay and lesbian group on campus that, on “National […]

Store offers free books to students, residents

Clutching his mother’s wheelchair, 8-year-old Tyrone Greene stared in incredulity at the stacks of books bigger than him. “It’s a good thing the books are […]

Forestry school looks to become global force

As Yale’s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies enters its second century, students and faculty alike are reflecting on its history, with a critical eye […]

Forestry halfway to financial goal

A fundraising campaign for the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies has raised more than $30 million to date, Yale President Richard Levin announced Thursday. […]

USAY financial aid forum fails to attract interest

Just a little more than a month after a dramatic shift in Yale’s financial aid policy, not a single person other than organizers showed up […]

Top schools turnout for annual law fair

The Lanman Center was bustling on Thursday night, but not with basketball players. On Thursday evening, the second annual law school and public policy fair […]