Jeremy Kutner
Class of ’07 joins a cappella scene

Covered in war paint and with bullhorns blaring, members of Yale’s a cappella groups tapped their freshman classes last night in a ceremony that drew […]

Locals 34 and 35 march on hospital

Hundreds of striking workers from locals 34 and 35 marched on the Yale-New Haven Medical Center Friday morning in an expression of solidarity with the […]

CBS exec keeps the ad dollars flowing

When millions of television viewers tune in to watch the hit CBS reality series “Survivor,” the network is “outwitting,” “outlasting,” and “outplaying” its competitors all […]

Bloom to give personal library to St. Michael’s

Renowned humanities professor Harold Bloom recently finalized plans to donate his personal library to St. Michael’s College, a small Catholic college of 1,900 students in […]

Panel urges ties between Yale, military

With national attention focused on the American military in Iraq, a group of professors and a retired air force officer examined the ties between Yale […]

Bensky criticizes coverage of war

Journalist and radio show host Larry Bensky ’58 challenged students Thursday to view with skepticism news coverage of the American-led war with Iraq, charging a […]

Activists decry war at rally

Adding their voices to a series of recent worldwide protests, Yale students and New Haven residents equipped with bongo drums, posters and a giant papier-mache […]

Peru seeks return of Peabody artifacts

Despite news reports this week that the Peruvian government has initiated talks to recover Machu Picchu artifacts from Yale’s Peabody Museum, curator Richard Burger said […]

Cosmopolitan expert to join English dept.

By the time they graduate, students majoring in English may no longer associate the word “cosmopolitan” with the popular mixed drink. Starting next fall, recently […]

Students add voices to protest

NEW YORK — As over 140 Yale students exited trains in New York City’s Grand Central Station Saturday to protest U.S. moves toward war with […]

Weapons proliferate in Yale curriculum

As America braces for a possible war in Iraq, weapons of mass destruction have become a major topic in the media and in international affairs. […]