Jay Lee
Staff Reporter
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New tricks, same treat in YSO Halloween Show

This year’s film will be a comedic parody of a recent popular movie, with some romance sprinkled in, said Morgan Jackson ’18. Jackson directed this year’s Halloween Show film and compiled the accompanying orchestral music.

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Panel discusses relationship between “God and Guns”

Lucy McBath lost her 17-year-old son, Jordan Davis, in November 2012 when a man shot him in the middle of an argument over loud music […]

Law prof discusses legal implications of Paris attacks

Seated around a table seminar-style with 15 Yale Law School students, Patrick Weil, a visiting law professor and research scholar, led a discussion on the legal ramifications of November’s Paris terrorist attacks.

Pulitzer prizewinner talks social change

At a Tuesday talk, author Sheryl WuDunn opened with humor.

More recent grads turning to consulting, finance

Yalies from the class of 2015 are increasingly pursuing risk-averse positions immediately after graduation, earning higher salaries and working for larger firms than their counterparts […]

OCS introduces more support for arts

Months after expanding its part-time arts career advising position to a full-time position, the Office of Career Strategy is continuing to expand opportunities for students in the arts.

Historic ocean temperatures predict climate change

In his “Discourses on Livy,” fifteenth-century philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli writes, “It is easy, by diligent study of the past, to foresee what is likely to happen in the future.” Geology and geophysics professor Alexey Fedorov argues that this statement applies to climate patterns as well.

More alumni join VFA to launch entrepreneurial careers

While some students launch businesses during their time on campus, five alumni from the class of 2015 began their entrepreneurial careers post-graduation through a training […]

Study shows flipped classrooms benefit female students

Flipped classrooms, a pedagogical technique becoming increasingly popular in colleges across the nation, has been backed by a Yale-led study published last Tuesday. The study, […]