Kevin Lin
Staff Reporter
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Yale Dining workers side with Clinton

UNITE HERE, a labor union representing Yale food, service, maintenance and custodial workers, has endorsed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton LAW ’73 for president of the United States.

Startup links convenience, healthy eating

Two members of the Yale community are proving that healthy eating and saving time are not mutually exclusive: Zoë Lloyd SOM ’17 F&ES ’17 and Nilofer Ahmed SOM ’16 created Kitchen Table last spring, a startup that provides plant-based frozen meal kits.

Third Tech Summit a success

Last Friday, students, faculty and alumni converged at the School of Management for the third annual Yale Technology Summit — a full-day celebration of technology and innovation on campus.

Student group fosters gender diversity in CS

According to its website, Float’s mission is to empower, inspire and celebrate women in computer science. Founded in January 2014 by Christine Hong ’15 and Victoria Nielsen ’16, Float promotes gender minorities in computer science through a mentorship program, workshops, speakers and an annual hackathon.

CS department sponsors students at women in tech conference

Last year, only a handful of students represented Yale at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, an annual conference celebrating women in technology. This year, however, upward of 30 Yale students attended as a result of increased funding from Yale’s Department of Computer Science.

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Energy bar start-up to expand beyond Yale

A group of innovative Yale students has converted the morning cup of coffee into an energy bar called Verb. Last year, Matt Czarnecki ’18 began […]

Yale innovators build tool to treat depression

Last March, a team of Yale innovators launched Spring, an online medical tool connecting depression patients to care options, helping to incorporate medical technology into […]

CPSC 113 to be replaced with two options

This spring, Yale’s Computer Science Department will offer two new courses focusing on entrepreneurship — CPSC 213, “Apps, Software and Entrepreneurship,” and CPSC 413, “Advanced […]

Student entrepreneurs win $15,000 for surgical innovation

A pair of ambitious Yale students are leading the way in the development of a complicated surgical procedure and have secured $15,000 in venture capital […]

YEI program selects first group of student innovators

Tucked away between GANT and Maison Mathis on Elm Street is a local hub for innovation: the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute. On Sept. 30, the YEI […]