Liz Rodriguez-Florido
Advocate addresses sex trafficking

Lamont Hiebert, an advocate against sex trafficking, told students Thursday evening that child slavery and sex trafficking occurs not only in Africa but also in […]

Classesv2 site extends to smartphones

Information Technology Services is testing a new mobile Classesv2 website that allows students to check syllabi and course readings on their smart phones. Between Jan. […]

Arts Council sponsors artists online

A new partnership between the Arts Council of Greater New Haven and online fundraising platform Kickstarter aims to broaden support for New Haven artists beyond […]

Sex Week broadens perspective

In an effort to broaden its perspective, Sex Week hosted a talk on gender, identity and sexuality in immigrant families on Sunday. At the event, […]

Exhibit fights for drawing’s life

Weeks before hosting a symposium titled “Is Drawing Dead?”, the Yale School of Architecture’s current student exhibition takes a step back to honor the basics […]

HackYale to expand

Yale’s student-run programming lecture series HackYale will soon expand to campuses beyond New Haven. HackYale, a set of courses founded last fall by Will Gaybrick […]

New voice for ‘Coriolanus’

In a new production of Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus,” the Bard’s minor players grow in importance beside the play’s leading war heroes. Set to run Jan. 18 […]

Kerry ’66, Blair stop by campus

While most classes ended on Friday with applause and some cookies, others wrapped up the fall with a visit from U.S. Sen. John Kerry ’66 […]

Molière play opens at Rep in full raunchy swing

A puppet show, disco balls, Keith Richards-inspired costuming and an adult in a diaper are just a few of the anachronistic elements in the latest […]

Aldermen seek solutions to youth violence

Wednesday’s workshop for the Youth Services Committee of the New Haven Board of Aldermen featured a different cast of characters than most Board meetings, as […]

Freshmen start “Assassins”

The hunt has begun in Vanderbilt. At midnight on Sunday, Branford freshmen officially started their game of “Assassins,” the ultimate game of mystery tag that […]