Katie Taylor
Contributing Reporter
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Surprise billing ban may reduce health care spending $40 billion, Yale study finds

Yale researchers estimate that health care spending for individuals with employer-sponsored insurance could be reduced by approximately $40 billion each year if specialists at in-network […]

Composer, conductor talk film scores

Whether writing music for horror films, historical dramas or hobbits, composer Howard Shore begins each score with pencil and paper. On Wednesday, Nov. 13, Branford […]

Yale researchers develop high-powered neural network

In order to evaluate a dataset of over 11 million cells from a study of dengue fever, Yale researchers developed a cutting-edge neural network that […]

SWIMMING & DIVING: Yalies dive into new season

With a talented new group of teammates and coaches, the Yale Swimming and Diving teams will build upon last season’s successes as they take to […]

SAILING: Coed teams victorious in all races

Yalies sailed to success this past weekend as the coed teams placed first in every regatta they entered and the women’s team earned second at […]

Researchers evaluate rural drive times to opioid treatment facilities

The nearest opioid treatment center can be located almost an hour away in rural counties that have  some of the highest overdose rates in the […]

Bulldogs enjoy strong weekend on the water

Despite challenging weather conditions across the East Coast, Yale sailing continued its successful season this past weekend. Yale sailors competed in four states ranging from […]

New Haven remembers missing students

As the sun began to set last Friday, white kites bearing images of disappeared Mexican students soared over the New Haven Green. This past week […]

CCEs conclude month-long workshop series

Over the past month, Community and Consent Educators from every residential college have facilitated workshops with first-year and sophomore students in order to support a […]

Prison reform activists gather at Dwight Hall

Criminal justice reform activists and community members met Monday night to address the high cost of prison phone calls in Connecticut. Interested community members gathered […]

Food Policy Council discusses community goals

On Wednesday morning, the New Haven Food Policy Council met in City Hall to discuss community goals and efforts to secure equitable food access. The […]