Miranda Escobar
YaleDancers’ fall show incorporates diversity of styles

Audience members last Saturday night felt the ground shake beneath them as attendees of the YaleDancers’ fall show expressed appreciation for the performance by stomping […]

YHack attracts 1,400 hackers

From 6 p.m. on Friday through 8 a.m. on Sunday, the main gymnasium of Payne Whitney was teeming with a new crowd of athletes: hackers.

Congress bill threatens Yale research

After receiving a total of $4.5 million in fetal tissue research grants from the National Institutes of Health in 2014, Yale School of Medicine researchers’ work on the tissue could be threatened by recent initiatives in Congress.

Gene for nicotine addiction identified

A smoker’s chances of developing a nicotine dependence may be determined by genetics, suggests a recent study published in the journal “Translational Psychology.”

NHPS leaves $1.7 million unspent

According to New Haven Public School district representatives, $1.7 million of New Haven’s Annual Alliance District Grant went unspent during the last academic year.

Infidelity has profound effect on veterans’ PTSD

Approximately 50 to 60 percent of military couples seek marital therapy as a result of infidelity, according to a paper released by researchers at the National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Connecticut.

Study links pesticide exposure to tremor

A new Yale study indicates that although pesticides successfully keep insects at bay, they may also have a negative impact on neurological development.

Students, faculty positively review new OCS requirement

For the first time in recent memory, students were required to add courses to their personal Online Course Selection worksheets prior to the beginning of classes — a change that many agreed improved shopping period logistics.

VOLLEYBALL: After hiatus, Steinberg ’17 returns to court

Over the past five years, the Yale volleyball team has been a model of consistency and success, winning the Ivy League title each season. But for outside hitter Brittani Steinberg ’17, the past few seasons have been a bit more tumultuous.