Bone marrow registration drive registers 847

A total of 847 potential donors registered at the fifth annual Mandi Schwartz Marrow Donor Registration Drive, which was held outside Commons on Thursday. The drive, which is named after Yale women’s ice hockey player Mandi Schwartz ’11, who passed away after a two-year battle with cancer, registered about 300 more than last year’s effort, […]


Med School certified in addiction medicine

Yale School of Medicine is now certified to offer a program in addiction medicine, bringing the total of similar programs across the nation up to 18. On Tuesday, the American Board of Addiction Medicine Foundation accredited Yale for the new two-year program, which will train doctors in addiction diagnosis and treatment, including counseling and medication […]


Students forge interest in fashion

Though they may not always be in the spotlight of the Yale extracurricular scene, a number of students are committed to bringing fashion onto campus.


Amid budget woes, aldermen divide federal grant funding

A greater number of New Haven’s nonprofit organizations will share a smaller pie of federal grant money for community development programs in 2013-’14 than in the current fiscal year.


Obama digital director praises social media

According to the Digital Director of President Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign Teddy Goff ’07, Facebook is a big deal.


Congresswoman calls for diversity in politics

Newly elected Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty LAW ’85 came to campus Thursday to urge students to make their voices heard in politics.


New church opens amidst city nightlife

A new church, launched right in the middle of New Haven nightlife, wants to see New Haven change.


Business leader optimistic about South Africa’s future

South Africa is a nation with a history of which to be proud and the potential for more progress, said former anti-apartheid activist Colin Coleman in a Monday afternoon talk.