Jessica Marsden
Men’s rugby charges toward semifinals

The men’s rugby team will try to remain undefeated as it travels to Middlebury College this weekend for the Division II semifinals of the New […]

Students argue issues in town hall debate

Without identifying their party affiliations, representatives of the Yale College Democrats and Republicans faced off in a town hall-style debate Friday afternoon. Brett Edkins ’06 […]

Politics, art mix in films by Butler

George Butler has made documentaries about two men he said will be future presidents of the United States — John Kerry ’66 and Arnold Schwarzenegger. […]

Namibian choir gives a taste of home, song

Audience members swayed in their seats and clapped their hands to the rhythm of African drums Tuesday evening when the University of Namibia Choir performed […]

SOM pushes investment management

Aiming to connect students and professionals in a field some of its students say has been overlooked, the Yale School of Management held its first […]

Nader ties criticisms to Bones

At the university he called “the source of our political problems,” independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader spoke about what he deemed to be the shortcomings […]

Profs gather on Petrarch’s anniversary

Professors from universities around the world gathered at Yale this weekend to commemorate the 700th anniversary of the 14th century poet Petrarch’s birth and discuss […]

DreamPioneers strives for national forum on integrated housing

During his second year at Yale Law School, Jay Readey ’94 SOM ’04 LAW ’04 and some of his fellow students decided to create DreamPioneers, […]