Keshav Raghavan
Staff Reporter
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Baby, it’s cold outside

Yalies who spent winter break away from campus missed a historically frigid New Haven. The Connecticut shoreline at Bridgeport saw the longest stretch of sub-freezing […]

Koffee? turns 25

It’s another day at Koffee, a coffee shop at 104 Audubon St. The doorways and windows are adorned with a flashing string of red lights […]

Math exam draws historic interest

Over 150 Yale students are registered for The William Putnam Lowell Mathematical Competition, which has been called both the most prestigious and most difficult math […]

Berkeley Orchestra returns to Battell

Yale’s family weekend ended on a high note last Sunday with the Berkeley College Orchestra’s 41st season opener. The orchestra returned to Battell Chapel at […]

Alhassid named to physics chair

Yoram Alhassid, a theoretical physicist and professor in the Yale physics department since 1981, was named the Frederick Phineas Rose professor of physics last Tuesday, […]

Murphy talks Congress, foreign policy

After visiting New Haven to call for gun control reform in the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas earlier this month, U.S. Sen. […]

Dance party raises $2,400 for immigrant bail fund

The Immigrant Bail Fund raised $2,400 at a dance event on Saturday to support its work posting bail for people held in immigration detention who […]

Ex-intel official talks Snowden

Timothy Edgar, a Bush- and Obama-era intelligence official and civil liberties lawyer, spoke Tuesday at the Yale Law School about a book he recently published, […]

Bed-pushing race attracts 200

Over 200 New Haven residents gathered on the New Haven Green on Sunday morning for the third annual New Haven Bed Race. In the race, […]

Conference discusses radical right

Dozens of academics in the U.S. and abroad joined members of the New Haven public on Sunday and Monday to discuss racism and the radical […]