Kimberly Chow
Softball mounts comeback to defeat Blue Devils

Yale’s softball team (24-14, 1-3 Ivy) swept Central Connecticut State (2-26) in a doubleheader on Wednesday, coming out on top 3-2 in the first game […]

Glazer and Sleeper grapple with issues of race, culture

Harvard sociology professor Nathan Glazer and Yale’s Jim Sleeper, a political scientist, both drew on their experiences growing up in urban New York when they […]

M. tennis rolls past Jaspers

The men’s tennis team will be able to start its Ivy League season on a high note after dominating Manhattan College on Saturday. Throughout an […]

Prof. fears populist surge

Historian and former Chestnut Hill University professor John Lukacs — widely known for his self-described reactionary conservatism and criticism of the Republican party — said […]

Prof. says liberals need not abandon patriotism

The United States is living in a state of emergency, one that has developed into an intellectual crisis in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks […]

YCIAS hires two new profs

The Yale Center for International and Area Studies has hired two new junior faculty members in an effort to broaden Yale’s offerings in the field […]

Rennie predicts future of science

Lauded by some as “the King of Sci-Am”, John Rennie ’81 reigns supreme over the magazine that delivers monthly news of the latest science and […]

Cartoon on Bush recalls Yale frat hazing

Cartoonist Garry Trudeau ’70 said he thinks a little-known fact about President George W. Bush ’68’s past — that his first mention in The New […]

Mooney ’99 questions Republican science policy

Chris Mooney ’99 was inspired to put a picture of an elephant’s rear end on the cover of his New York Times bestselling book, “The […]