Madison Mahoney
Staff Reporter
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“Eating Animals” screening captivates crowd

“Eating Animals,” a documentary directed by Christopher Quinn and coproduced by Natalie Portman, was screened at the Whitney Humanities Center on Friday night. The film, […]

Yale celebrates sustainability

Offering events from tree plantings to guest talks, Yale’s Office of Sustainability is hosting its weeklong “Celebrate Sustainability” program this week. The week is comprised […]

Alum speaks on entrepreneurship

April Koh ’16, co-founder and CEO of Spring Health, spoke at the Yale School of Public Health  on Tuesday morning as a part of Tsai […]

Bikes build bridges in New Haven

Elm City’s popular bike shop, the Bradley Street Bicycle Co-op, gave out its 1000th bike last month. In addition to running a growing bike recycling […]

Little farmers learn to plant and grow at Yale Farm

The Yale Farm is getting ready to kick off the fall Seed to Salad program, a local elementary school outreach initiative by the Yale Sustainable […]

Folk festival highlights sustainability, conservation

The Connecticut Folk Festival & Green Expo featured musical acts, food trucks and craft booths throughout the day Saturday in Hamden’s Edgerton Park. The festival […]

Bass ’67 donates $160 million to Peabody Museum

Edward P. Bass ’67 has donated $160 million to renovate the Peabody Museum of Natural History. The contribution is among the largest gifts ever made […]

Former Yale surgeon fights to clear his name

Two years ago, Ricardo Quarrie, a cardiothoracic fellow at Yale New Haven Hospital, was sued by a former patient who accused him of covering up […]

First CS Demo Day inspires kids to code

About 100 middle- and high-school students packed into Linsly-Chittenden Hall on Friday afternoon for the debut of Yale’s Computer Science Demo Day. The Computer Science […]

Conference addresses health care access

The Yale School of Management and Yale’s health professional schools held the 14th annual Yale Healthcare Conference on Friday, bringing together about 500 students and […]

Yale Environmental Review offers students a platform and a credit

Does the coffee you drink endanger animals in rainforests? Could global warming destroy the Tibetan economy? The Yale Environment Review — a course offered every […]