Lukas Nel
Contributing Reporter
Author Archive
Entrepreneurship At and After Yale: A Profile of a Braedon Wong ’24 and Zach DeWitt ’09

“[At the SOM] we have a fantastic set of classes related to entrepreneurship that are taught by clinical faculty who either study entrepreneurship as scholars […]

How Bulldog Repbox is changing workout methods

What began as a Yale class project now has the potential to improve athletes’ workout regimens.

Earth-shattering metal: Student bands hold concert for Earth Day at local bar

A concert featuring a series of Yale bands was held at Stella Blues at 204 Crown St. to celebrate Earth Day from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.

New student band “3 PM Noise Complaint” performs for the first time

“3 PM Noise Complaint,” a new band composed of Yale students, played at 1 a.m. on Sunday at Stella Blues, a local bar located at 204 Crown St.

The Death and Life of Berkeley College Orchestra: Part 2

The Berkeley College Orchestra staged a concert, A Voyage Through Sound, this Saturday in Woolsey Hall, their second concert with the new first-year and sophomore members.

Yale Concert Band celebrates director Thomas Duffy’s 40-year tenure at Yale

Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Woolsey Hall, the Yale Concert Band will perform in honor of Yale Bands Director Thomas Duffy’s 40th year at Yale.

Week of documentary films raises awareness of women’s rights in Afghanistan

Last week, Yale showcased a series of films by acclaimed Afghan filmmaker Sahraa Karimi.

Lego and Lilo: Solenne Jackson ’25 designs cartoon-inspired set

Over the last two years, Solenne Jackson ’25 embarked on a project: designing and marketing her own Lego set.

Opera Theatre of Yale College performs “The Judgement of Paris”

On Wednesday and Thursday at 8 p.m., the Opera Theatre of Yale College, or OTYC, performed the English baroque opera “The Judgement of Paris,” which […]

Elm City celebrates Halloween with community activities

This Sunday, the City of New Haven Youth Parks and Recreation Department organized a Halloween Drive Through in Edgewood Park. Twenty-two different organizations and 50 […]

Volunteers lead “Week of Caring,” install flower beds at Dr. Reginald Mayo Early Childhood School

This week, volunteers from two New Haven area nonprofits, Common Ground and United Way, led their second annual “Week of Caring” — a series of community […]