Kate Pundyk
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Yalies headed to North American Programming Championships

The International Collegiate Programming Contest is a global, multi-tiered competition that brings together student teams and tests their ability to problem solve and program under […]

Yalies weigh in on Hong Kong’s election results

Weeks following Hong Kong’s District Council elections that yielded a landslide victory for the pan-democracy camp, Yale professors and students familiar with the territory are […]

Collabathon builds tool addressing climate change

At a point in the semester when many Yale students bring up group projects only to bemoan them, members of the Yale OpenLab launched a […]

Tsai CITY teams pitch their ideas

On Thursday, 14 teams presented their ideas to the Yale community in the Tsai CITY Fall 2019 Accelerator Pitch-off. The teams had just completed a […]

Tsai CITY accelerator program funds and supports student projects

Fourteen teams of students are nearing the end of a five-week project development program with the Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale. Called the […]

Eric Wang
This Yale start-up won’t sell your data

Ryan Schiller ’21 and Daria Kozeko ’21 recently launched Librex, a mobile app that lets Yale students anonymously discuss campus culture with their peers, while […]

Kate Pundyk
Undergrad awarded NASA grant

Most Yale students are told to shoot for the stars, but electrical engineering student Andrew Reardon ’21 is taking the saying literally. The NASA Connecticut […]

Peabody renovations drum onward

After making progress over the summer on its $160 million renovation, Yale’s Peabody Museum of Natural History is finalizing its new design and ensuring that […]

Identity fusion may fuel followers to engage in political violence, study finds

A new study by researchers at Yale and the University of Oslo found that Americans who experience “identity fusion” — a psychological phenomena that occurs […]