Jennifer Sabin
Reach Out provides alternate spring break

While many Yale students were lying on beaches over spring break, Ella Smith ’05 was kneeling on the ground mixing cement to build the foundation […]

Polo defeats Cambridge, Oxford to claim Atlantic Cup

Wrapping up a successful season, the polo club team traveled to England over spring break to face Oxford and Cambridge in the second-annual Atlantic Cup. […]

Author Muller focuses on anti-Semitism

Author and Catholic University professor Jerry Muller wrote his book “The Mind and the Market: Capitalism in Modern European Thought” for a simple reason — […]

Service honors pioneer Harrison

Nearly 100 people gathered Saturday morning at a Battell Chapel memorial service for Dr. Elizabeth Harrison, the third woman to receive a degree from the […]

Critics debate literary issues

With audience members packing the Whitney Humanities Center auditorium and a C-SPAN television crew filming the event, five acclaimed authors and book critics spoke at […]

Student pushes for sign language class

When Simon Stumpf ’06 arrived at Yale for his first semester, he did not think to question the breadth of Yale’s academic opportunities. But Stumpf […]

Spence to head historical society

Before his lecture on Monday, history professor Jonathan Spence made exactly 500 copies of the course syllabus for his “History of Modern China” course. By […]

Church hosts recital by Bollingen Prize winners

More than 600 people gathered at the First Church of Christ Thursday evening, sitting on the floor and lining the back walls to hear and […]