Jeff Muskus
Students choose to use online course feedback

As midterm nears, some students are congratulating themselves for constructing a solid schedule while others wish they had consulted online course evaluations — a move […]

Menocal possesses Humanities skills

A book-jacket biography of Maria Rosa Menocal lists her occupations as “writing and cooking, though not always in that order.” But Menocal fits other items […]

Far from home, Chinese students celebrate the New Year with friends

Although many Chinese and Chinese-American students were unable to return to their homes this weekend to celebrate the Chinese New Year with their families, the […]

Ehrenreich urges higher wages

Writer and self-styled “raging socialist” Barbara Ehrenreich said Wednesday night she was in New Haven as a “criminal.” “The sentencing is tomorrow,” she told the […]

NCAA honors Gilder ’79 for 25 years of service

While she has excelled in many fields, one Yale alumna has just won national recognition for what may be called her master stroke. Olympic rower […]

Growing major blends science, liberal arts

The undergraduate History of Science/History of Medicine program graduated five senior majors last year. But the Class of 2004 contains 19 HSHM majors, and the […]

Vinland map ruled authentic

A recent scientific analysis offers new evidence that the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library’s Vinland map is an authentic record of the New World […]

Language study increases

Two weeks after University faculty members voted to alter foreign language graduation requirements beginning with the Yale College Class of 2009, a new national study […]

Art exhibit adorns medical school

At a new exhibit, a sculpture of a woman is placed between a Kyoto Buddha and a Peruvian granary. The scene is not one found […]

Christians model virtue for teen girls

While many do not consider the Christian faith the primary decision-making tool of modern teenage girls, the Visions of Virtue mentorship program is trying to […]

Arab Student Conference promotes cooperation

This weekend, students, professors and notable speakers from a variety of fields met at Yale for the University’s first Intercollegiate Arab Student Conference, organized by […]