Michelle Rosenthal
Religion, media cross in speech

At a time when religion and the media are intersecting daily, broadcaster Cokie Roberts yesterday addressed both the coverage of the sexual abuse scandal surrounding […]

Dean Brodhead remembers Valentines of yore

Yale College Dean Richard Brodhead ’68 said he remembers Valentine’s Day at Yale in the years before the school admitted women. “My Valentine’s Day memories […]

Yale employee’s racial remark elicits hardened response

David Ahn ’03 told a Korean American Students of Yale meeting Tuesday night that he has accepted the apology of a dining hall manager who […]

Yalie joins Homeland Security

After 20 years of practicing law all over the world, Edward McNally ’79 offered to quit his job and start making photocopies full time. “Before […]

SAT II may predict success in college better than SAT

Despite criticisms, many Americans continue to regard the SAT as an accurate assessment of intelligence. But according to a recent study conducted by the University […]

Lobbyist speaks against death penalty

Over 100 years ago, the electric chair replaced hanging as the most common method of capital punishment in the United States because people believed death […]