Juliana Hanle
Miller ’12 awaits DADT decision

For the third time in three years, Katie Miller ’12 is preparing a college application. With Tuesday’s release of a Pentagon report on how repealing […]

Miller ’12 readying West Point application

Katie Miller ’12 wants to leave Yale and go back to the United States Military Academy at West Point, the Associated Press reported. Miller, a […]

HIV in the Ivory Tower

HIV/AIDS is a problem, even at Yale. Although Chief of Student Health James Perlotto said he was not able to release exact numbers due to […]

Human race survives methane plume, for now.

The Deepwater Horizon explosion caused an environmental crisis much larger than just an oil spill. A massive underwater methane plume flowed out of the open […]

Yale, in the age of total plant warfare

The Connecticut countryside faces invading hordes — of plants, and Yale’s landscaping is complicit in the onslaught, said ecologists from the Yale School of Forestry […]

Night lights challenge sustainability plan

While most Yalies sleep, some of the University’s buildings stay up burning the midnight bulb. In the University’s Sustainability Strategic Plan 2010-2013, released this month, […]

Social sciences shelved in Hamden

HAMDEN — At the Yale Library Storage Facility (LSF) in Hamden, books are not judged by their covers. Instead, they are judged in terms of […]

Coming out, then to Yale

When Katie Miller ’12 met her suitemates last week, she had to introduce herself with a reporter from The Hartford Courant in tow. Miller transferred […]

Things get frothy at Toad’s Place

Did you miss last night’s sudsy revelry at the YCC-sponsored Toad’s foam party? Never fear — read the recap, and view photos, on the scene […]

Yale researcher discovers new dinosaur

A new dome-headed dinosaur discovered in Big Bend, Texas, is one more reason to believe that North America was once a hotbed of dinosaur diversity. […]

Soaps may spoil water supply

Users of Dawn and Suave soap and shampoo products may be inadvertently releasing carcinogen-forming chemicals into drinking water, according to a study published March 31 […]