Maya Chandra
Staff Reporter
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Buckley Program hosts annual conference

At its eighth annual conference, the William F. Buckley, Jr. Program at Yale hosted more than 200 attendees for a daylong discussion of conservative values, […]

Science journalist decries American ignorance about science

About 30 attendees filled all available seats in Berkeley’s Swensen House as Head of Berkeley College David Evans ’92 posed the defining question of the […]

Rural areas are dermatology deserts, study finds

Urban areas attract more dermatologists than rural ones, according to Yale researchers. Using data spanning the period from 1995 to 2013, the team found that […]

Yalies in full swing at first-ever climate summit

Students and faculty from various Yale professional schools flocked to San Francisco for the first Global Climate Action Summit last week, organized by California Governor […]

SPH hosts hands-on overdose training

The School of Public Health hosted a panel followed by a workshop on Wednesday to educate the community about drug overdoses and to teach participants […]

Yale researchers poke holes in tropical forest diversity theory

Scientists at the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies have discovered that a mechanism once thought to increase tropical forest diversity may, in some cases, […]

Professor condemn EPA committee closure

Two former members of an Environmental Protection Agency committee that guided the agency’s economic valuation of key environmental benefits penned a recent article condemning the […]

Nursing school unveils new simulation lab

The School of Nursing celebrated the opening of its brand-new Simulation Lab with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday afternoon, approximately six months after first […]

Environmental Defense Fund VP visits Yale

Nathaniel Keohane ’93, a senior vice president at the Environmental Defense Fund, where he leads the climate program, visited Yale on Thursday to discuss climate […]

Yeast cells inherit parent’s experience, study finds

Yale scientists have found that stress responses to starvation — an experience a yeast cell might endure — can be inherited by progeny. When deprived […]

FES hosts Indonesian music concert

Students enrolled in the course “Central Javanese Gamelan Ensemble” finished off their semester with a concert celebrating gamelan music and their work throughout the term. […]