Natasha Thondavadi
Crimson columnist denounces degrading Game shirts

In today’s issue of the Crimson, a columnist called for an end to Harvard-Yale t-shirts bearing slogans or designs that are demeaning to women. The […]

Water crisis closes in

The global water crisis has a more direct impact on the lives of Americans than Yale students might think, senior lecturer Shimon Anisfeld said. Anisfeld, […]

Fusing literature and art

The boundaries between poetry and visual art came down last night at the Sculpture Building on 36 Edgewood Ave. Poet and art critic Bill Berkson […]

Performance artist discusses craft

It is not everyday that one gets to meet someone trained in mime, ballet and tightrope walking. But at a talk at the School of […]

For Greek trip, smaller is better

Hellenic Studies Professor Maria Kaliambou led a study-abroad program to Greece over the summer — and brought only three students. Kaliambou and the students, who […]

Alumnus creates fund for new environmental ventures

The Center for Business and the Environment at Yale is sponsoring several new awards for environmental entrepreneurs and researchers as well as tweaking its flagship […]

Dining cuts back on providing food for student groups

Something was missing from this year’s annual Yale Political Union barbecue: food. Adam Stempel, speaker of the YPU, said his organization cancelled the event when […]