Justin Ash
Shilpa Raval, Latin scholar, dies at 34

The Classics Department was rocked this year when Shilpa Raval, a popular Latin literature professor, passed away in May after a short but devastating battle […]

Bush ’68 will not attend graduation

President George W. Bush ’68 and first lady Laura Bush do not plan to attend either of their daughters’ college graduation ceremonies this May, the […]

Ben Stein shares his wisdom with YPU

Actor, game show host, and former presidential speech writer Ben Stein’s idea of paradise is walking around New Haven and lying in bed with his […]

Martin ’95 gives a stand-up performance, sans the jokes

Demetri Martin ’95, a stand-up comedian and writer for “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” finds doing comedy liberating — when he tells jokes, he no […]

Coca-Cola CEO talks ethics

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Coca-Cola Company Douglas Daft spoke yesterday about the ethical and moral responsibilities of businesses while around 20 Yale […]

Bartlett rails against drug laws at book signing

Despite only being a courier and having no previous record, in 1984 Elaine Bartlett was given a sentence of twenty years and classified as a […]

Eggers keeps laughs coming at Morse tea

If a student had listened to a few minutes of author Dave Eggers’ reading at a Morse College Master’s Tea Thursday, she might have believed […]

Softball looks to rebound in doubleheader versus Army

After a grueling eight-day, 14-game road blitz through Florida, the Yale softball team is looking to rebound from a 5-9 early-season showing. Enter Army, a […]

Myron ’69 LAW ’72 shares judgements

U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson ’69 LAW ’72 marvels at the undemocratic nature of the U.S. court system. He is a single individual, but as […]

McGowan blasts media’s portrayal of race

Journalism and media critic William McGowan spoke Wednesday on what he considers reporters’ “disturbing level of conformity” on issues including race, immigration, gay rights and […]