Julie Post
Cherokee storyteller shares oral tradition

Acclaimed storyteller Gayle Ross suspected some students at a Hoyt Lecture Tuesday would think she didn’t look like a full-blooded Native American despite her traditional […]

Senator links law, politics

Conn. state Sen. Bill Aniskovich said the best political advice he ever received came from his father, who ironically disapproves of his career choice. “My […]

‘Jerry’ dishes up details of his ice cream’s success

Jerry Greenfield first articulated the query, “If it’s not fun, why do it?” 25 years ago to commemorate the one-year anniversary of a small ice […]

Day of the Dead inspires respectful remembrance

The festivities of Halloween were followed by quiet solitude and prayer Sunday as five members of the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan paused to remember […]

Panel contemplates roadblocks to Chinese economic success

About 65 people gathered in Luce Hall yesterday to hear a panel discussion on the myriad of problems China faces as it attempts to prepare […]

Former finance director sues Divinity School

Two years after school officials fired former Yale Berkeley Divinity School Finance Director Judy Stebbins for her alleged involvement in misappropriating school funds, Stebbins filed […]

Enloe links wives, war

Professor and author Cynthia Enloe spoke to about 40 people Monday about the role of so-called “military wives” in U.S. military policy. Enloe, a research […]

Troncoso teaches

Chicano author Sergio Troncoso has contemplated his heritage for a long time. “Don’t express Latino pride by simply waving a flag,” Troncoso said. “Ask yourself, […]

Yale seeks to revamp World Fellows

Since its inception in the spring of 2002, the World Fellows Program has attracted a range of future world leaders, from an Iraqi surgeon to […]

Deans bring youth, experience

The start of the school year last week was marked not only by the fresh faces in the Class of 2007, but also by the […]