Janine Hum
Rally on Green calls for understanding, ‘stern justice’

As the country gears for war, many people are less than eager to adopt a violent stance against the terrorist attackers and the nations that […]

June blaze slows down Saybrook renovations

Saybrugians returned to a beautifully renovated college this year but will have to deal with three more weeks of construction as workers put the finishing […]

Saying YES to business

Gabriel Kuris ’03 and his business partners — James Choy ’03, Nowshad Rizwanullah ’03 and Kitty Harvey ’02 — wanted to help low-income entrepreneurs start […]

Debating for fun and future success

Considering that Yale has produced America’s past three presidents, it should be no surprise that aspiring leaders and politicians find a plethora of opportunities to […]

Golf teams find success at Ivies

The 2001 Ivy League Men’s Golf Tournament was held at Metedeconk National Golf Course in Jackson, N.J., this Saturday and Sunday, and both the men’s […]

Forum opens discussion on slavery reparations

Pay me my inheritance. On Saturday, New Haven blacks repeated this theme at “Slavery Reparations 101,” a forum put together by the Community Baptist Church […]

Men’s golf places 2nd; women finish 13th

The Yale golf team emerged from competition this weekend ready for the upcoming Ivy League Championships. At the Yale Spring Opener, the men’s team finished […]

Men’s rugby trounces RPI 59-0

Having pulled off a 59-0 victory against the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute last Saturday, the men’s rugby team is off to Princeton for the Ivy League […]

Graphic Design celebrates 50th birthday

Yale is celebrating more than one milestone birthday this year: As the University hits 300, one of its programs, graphic design, is turning 50. The […]

Joint Forestry-UN course spans globe

A new Forestry School course is harnessing the power of the Internet to share ideas about economic development with students around the world. The United […]

Harvard council may leave Ivy group

After eight years on the Ivy Council, Harvard University’s student government is threatening to withdraw its membership. Dissatisfied with the Ivy Council’s organization and efficiency, […]