Kevin Lin
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Students create app for buying and selling textbooks

Three members of the Yale community, Aaron Shim ’16, Apurv Suman ’16 and Timur Guler ’18, are working on BoolaBooks, an app to help Yale students quickly buy and sell textbooks.

New undergraduate think tank explores psychedelics

Four students have established the Yale Undergraduate Think Tank, an organization that purports to make students aware of infrequently-discussed ideas that have “the potential to […]

Slayman remembered as med school pioneer

Carolyn Walch Slayman, the deputy dean for academic and scientific affairs at the Yale School of Medicine, died Tuesday, Dec. 27.

Yale recruitment startup to expand nationally

Ripple Recruiting, a startup founded by Yale students to help employers recruit, target and hire top students, has raised $700,000 in a funding round.

Innovation center established

Last Wednesday, Yale announced a plan to build the Center for Innovative Thinking, a University-wide hub that promotes innovation through workshops and skills-based classes.

Student CS education group wins Google funding

Code Haven, an organization that brings Yale students to local New Haven schools for weekly coding lessons, has been awarded $6,000 by Google’s IgniteCS program.

Pitch-off gives platform to Yale, Harvard entrepreneurs

Last week, Yale won not only The Game but the Pitch-Off.

Yale community urged not to use smartphone

An Oct. 27 warning by Yale Environmental Health & Safety informing members of the Yale community about Samsung’s recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device has had little impact on campus, students said.

Ivy Leadership Summit returns to Yale

This past weekend, Yale hosted the 16th annual Ivy Leadership Summit — the first time in six years that the event has been held on campus.

Fourth YHack draws innovators

This past weekend, 1,500 hackers from across the world convened at Payne Whitney Gymnasium for the fourth iteration of YHack, an international hackathon hosted by Yale.

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Yale hackathon addresses pediatric health care issues

This past weekend, the Yale Center for Engineering Innovation and Design hosted HackPeds, a two-day hackathon focusing on solving pediatric health care challenges.