Kevin Wang
Staff Reporter
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International students weigh in on election results

In the wake of Donald Trump’s unexpected victory in last Tuesday’s presidential election, international students at Yale view the incoming Trump administration as a cause both for concern and for action.

Quarter-sized gadget developed in Elm City

New Haven entrepreneur Thom O’Leary has developed a bat-shaped gadget with ten different tools — and it’s the size of a quarter.

High school students organize anti-Trump rally

Two New Haven high school students organized a rally on Friday attended by nearly 400 residents and Yale affiliates denouncing President-elect Donald Trump.

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Panel addresses Trump, media and campus discourse

A conversation about democracy and the media drew a crowd of more than 300 students and faculty on Wednesday, the day after Donald Trump won an election characterized by insults on social media and dogged press coverage.

Refugees to receive Thanksgiving welcome

This holiday season, New Haven’s refugees will gather at a Thanksgiving table to partake in an American tradition and add their own flavors to it.

Town-gown voices discuss city transit

About 50 faculty, students and Elm City residents gathered at the Yale Law School Saturday to discuss how best to harmonize Yale and New Haven transportation systems, from cycling to driving to public transit.

Wooster Square celebrates all things squash

The aroma of butternut squash soup and the chatter of produce enthusiasts filled Wooster Square this weekend as Elm City residents gathered for Squash Everything, a festival celebrating locally grown squash varieties and recipes.

Yale study exposes political bias in the clinic

Need to see a doctor about a health issue? Choose carefully, because a new Yale study shows that physicians’ treatment recommendations could vary drastically depending on their political affiliations.

Eye contact experiment promotes human connection

On Saturday, a few dozen Yale students, New Haven locals and Connecticut residents gathered on the New Haven Green to stare into each other’s eyes and revive the spirit of human connection.

Star Talk: On Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Public Charm

Sauntering onto the stage, knees buckling just enough to give an appearance of suave chill, Neil deGrasse Tyson bellows thunderously, “Helloooo Hartford!” The astrophysicist-turned-entertainer is in Connecticut’s capital to give its residents the quintessential Tyson experience, and his audience is ready to receive it, standing, cheering and with eyes gleaming.

New noodle shop opens on Crown and Temple

Hungry New Haveners can now head to a hot new food destination in town: Mecha Noodle Bar, a restaurant that serves Asian noodle dishes ranging […]