In response to a lack of concrete data on duty hour requirements for internal medicine residents, the Comparative Effectiveness of Models Optimizing Patient Safety and […]
December 3, 2015
Jordan Plotner ’17 — an American Studies major concentrating in film — used to spend his childhood car rides listening to the Beatles. Today, he […]
October 29, 2015
After Yale and the Association of American Universities released alarming numbers on campus sexual misconduct five weeks ago, students and admissions officers alike are examining how the new data will affect the University’s ivory reputation, if at all.
October 28, 2015
At a Jonathan Edwards Master’s Tea on Monday afternoon, Jake Sullivan ’98 LAW ’03, senior policy advisor on Hillary Clinton’s LAW ’73 presidential campaign, spoke about the importance of human interactions in policymaking and discussed the goals of the Clinton campaign for the upcoming presidential election.
October 27, 2015
After applying for 12 different campus jobs this semester, Yingzhijie Wang ’19 has not heard back from a single one. There is no way for […]
September 29, 2015
Not many Asian American children grow up to be comedians, musicians, athletes or politicians — and according to Yale School of Medicine postdoc and popular blogger Jenn Fang, this is a result of the myth of the “model minority.”
September 24, 2015
Beginning his presentation with the words, “I’m thrilled to be home,” Surgeon General Vivek Murthy MED ’03 SOM ’03 spoke at the School of Management on Wednesday afternoon.
September 17, 2015
According to a recent Yale study, many common psychiatric disorders might be genetically linked to a variety of immune disorders.
September 15, 2015
With his back to a portrait of John C. Calhoun adorning the living room of the Calhoun College Master’s House, history professor David Blight addressed the issue of renaming the college on Wednesday afternoon amid a flurry of renewed scrutiny for the title.
September 10, 2015