Nina Ngo
Less is more for Harvard architect Mori

Some might call architect Toshiko Mori a minimalist. She, however, describes herself as “cheap.” Mori, a professor at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design […]

Challenges face women in sciences

Of the 600-odd Yale College women who will receive their diplomas at Commencement, few will leave New Haven this spring with degrees in the sciences. […]

E&PH hosts annual AIDS Science Day

On April 12, the annual AIDS Science Day was held at the Yale School of Medicine’s Department of Epidemiology and Public Health. Bringing together community-based […]

Af-Am house moves into community

February is filled with various events and activities that engage New Haven’s community in the celebration of black history, with many of these events occurring […]

Konjo! performs at local school

On Feb. 1, students at New Haven’s Vincent E. Mauro Elementary School clapped and shouted enthusiastically after Konjo!, an African dance troupe at Yale, performed […]