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Banker calls for economic reform

Though the world is still recovering from the 2008 economic crisis and financial stresses are rippling across Europe, investment banker David Darst ’69 told students […]

Unrest at Occupy may change Elis’ roles

Yalies are gearing up to support the Occupiers. At a Monday night meeting at Dwight Hall, about 30 Yale students, mostly undergraduates, discussed strategies to […]

Colleges prep for YHHAP Fast

Hey activists! You’ve only got a few more hours to sign up for YHHAP Fast. Organized every semester by the Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action […]

Colleges consider the role of the printing press

In both the Davenport and Jonathan Edwards College basements, framed collections ofhand-printed posters and invitations line the walls near the colleges’ print shops. Some display […]

Snow flusters Occupy New Haven

This weekend, snow created divisions among the protestors of Occupy New Haven, at least for a few hours. The unexpected five inches of snow that […]

Liu calls for environmental law collaboration

The rapid industrial development that has detrimentally impacted China’s environment is not a problem that the nation can address alone, environmental law professor Jingjing Liu […]

Eager beavers line up for iPhone

The iPhone 4S came out Friday morning, bringing diehard Apple fans from across campus and New Haven out to the Apple store. As of 10 […]

Altruism comes under scrutiny

Contrary to common parenting advice, doing good is not always the right thing, according to Barbara Oakley, a professor of engineering at Oakland University in […]

At YUAG, speaker examines bling

  For those who have ever wondered why rappers like Jay-Z and P.Diddy favor “blingy” jewelry like massive gold chains and diamond-encrusted rings, Lyneise Williams […]

Oktoberfest raises funds for AIDS

For a few hours Saturday the New Haven Country Club got a taste of a Bavarian beer hall. AIDS Project New Haven hosted the first […]