Maya Chandra
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FES celebrates student work at conference

The School of Forestry & Environmental Studies on Friday held its 34th annual research conference — a showcase of the work that graduate students have […]

Yale researchers reveal ineffective U.S. policy in Afghanistan

Researchers based at Yale and Princeton have teamed up with the global humanitarian organization Mercy Corps in a project that challenges decades of American foreign […]

Rare gold exhibition opens at the Peabody

The Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History welcomed a new exhibition featuring 23 stunning pieces of California gold, including a small gold-infused bison sculpture and […]

Reporter, survivor discuss doctors’ sexual abuse

Carrie Teegardin, a journalist with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, discussed how her reporting team’s local expose on Georgia doctors and sexual abuse ballooned into a national […]

Science publication releases inaugural issue

Distilled, a publication created to operate at the intersection of science and the humanities, held a launch party Saturday evening to celebrate the release of […]

School of Public Health hosts inaugural film series

Students at the Yale School of Public Health launched their first film series, a student-run project featuring films that cover topics ranging from breastfeeding to […]

Environmental film festival draws crowd

The Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies last week hosted the 10th iteration of its popular annual film festival, Environmental Film Festival at Yale, […]

Yale Cancer Center opens immuno-oncology center

Yale Cancer Center late last year unveiled the Yale Center for Immuno-Oncology, a sizable foray into the relatively new field of immunotherapy. The new center […]

“Social cohesion” said to be marijuana use risk factor

A new Yale study investigated the risk factors that can lead to marijuana use in young men, building on prior research that drew connections between […]

Panel condemns “white saviorism” in nonprofits

A five-person panel discussed how white supremacy and the idea of of the “white savior” affect the operations of nonprofits in New Haven and across […]

Memorial talk combines jazz and medicine

Paul Haidet, professor of medicine at Penn State College of Medicine, visited the School of Medicine on Thursday evening to discuss the intersection between his […]