Matt Baron
Volunteers research for reform

From March 5 to March 14, the 21 members of Yale Health C.O.R.E. traveled to Isla de Mendez, a small, rural community in El Salvador, […]

Hospital workers protest changes

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. About 200 protesters gathered in front of Yale-New Haven Hospital yesterday, waving banners […]

‘Buddies’ helps disabled find friends

Monica Modi ’06 and Everett Buell are buddies. They attend Yale basketball games, go bowling, and celebrate Halloween together. It is like any friendship, except […]

In hindsight, a tragic death prompted a paradigm shift

It is impossible to know what really happened in the early morning hours on February 17, 1991. Sometime between 1:00 a.m. and 1:15 a.m., Christian […]

Medical School discusses recent drug summit

Experts in the field suggest that drug addiction is affecting children of increasingly younger ages, and, as a result, the need for effective drug-prevention methods […]

Sound Runner bounds onto York

For Julie Francis, co-owner of the new store Sound Runner, selecting the right running shoe is an art. For prospective customers, Francis measures their feet, […]

Photographer captures hot Eli athletes

Amateur fashion photographer Mike Rohrbaugh ’04 wanted to explore the “old school” collegiate tradition of Yale. He imagined taking seven male athletes and photographing them […]

Eire wins non-fiction award

History and religious studies professor Carlos Eire won this year’s National Book Award for Non-fiction Wednesday for his memoir “Waiting for Snow in Havana.” The […]

Vigil honors local homeless

About 50 homeless individuals, activists and Yale students stood in the cold outside City Hall last night in remembrance of homeless people who have died […]

Conference feasts on organic food issues

Farmers, food distributors, chefs and representatives from various colleges gathered on campus Friday to discuss the Sustainable Food Initiative at Yale and similar programs at […]

Searching for student smugglers: stymied by security since Sept. 11?

Nat Heatwole was a junior at Guilford College in Greensboro, N.C. A double-major in political science and physics, he was probably like many Yale students. […]