Juliana Hanle
No injuries in transit crash

Jonathan McMaster ’12 thought he had left enough time to get to the Law School prom from his Prospect Street apartment Saturday night. He boarded […]

Grisham draws on legal chops

The practice of law wears down man’s ethics, Rudy Baylor warned an audience of about 100 law students. Baylor, a newly licensed lawyer, is the […]

Prof: Great Plains in danger

Climate change is decreasing the agricultural productivity of the Great Plains, America’s bread basket, said Melinda Smith, assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, at […]

Dean’s Office Web site to host essays about sex

Even the Yale College Dean’s Office is interested in Yale’s sex scene. With the overhaul of its Web site this coming summer, the Dean’s Office […]

Despite resources, STI testing rates a concern

While Yale students have proven their prowess in final exams and standardized tests, when it comes to testing for sexually transmitted infections, there is still […]

New admissions video premieres

For a generation of high school students raised watching viral videos and splashy television shows, Yale’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions is venturing into pop culture […]

For some Yalies, split allegiances

Come Saturday, Sarah Robinson SOM ’11 will proudly don a shirt marked “Yarvard” and will cheer for the “Crimdogs.” A 2003 Harvard graduate, Robinson, like […]

Blog dishes Divinity School gossip

“I’m sure that some pastor somewhere finds this funny,” Rachel Duncan DIV ’11 said. She was referring to the blog “Overheard at Yale Divinity School,” […]

U.S. and Chile ‘get along,’ ambassador says

The U.S. ambassador to Chile, on campus for a meeting about Yale’s international initiatives, stopped by Jonathan Edwards College on Monday afternoon for an intimate […]