Palmyra Geraki
YCC must seize chance for meaningful role

During the last couple of weeks, a single day hasn’t passed without my reading, hearing or talking about the Yale College Council elections. Presidential debates […]

Indian exhibits spice up BAC

In two new exhibits now on display at the Yale Center for British Art, the effects of British colonial rule on 19th-century India are explored […]

Awareness lags behind access for disabled

Since the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed in 1990, colleges and universities, among other institutions, have been required to accommodate persons with disabilities to […]

Med School seeks to broaden

During his “State of the School” presentation, Dr. Dennis D. Spencer, interim dean of the Yale School of Medicine, discussed the present state of the […]

Graduate students propose extending partner services

Ten years ago, Yale decided to extend to homosexual domestic partners the full benefits previously given only to married couples. At the time, Yale’s decision […]

Students awaken to academic array of Renaissance studies

When the father of Holly Thomas ’05 found out that his daughter, an aspiring doctor, would be majoring in Renaissance studies, he was caught by […]

Vball rebounds with two weekend wins

After a 3-0 loss to the University of Connecticut last Wednesday, the Yale volleyball team learned its lesson. The Bulldogs reduced the number of errors […]

Vball seeks redemption after loss to UConn

The volleyball team is running out of matches. With a 3-0 loss (30-26, 30-17, 30-21) to the University of Connecticut at the John J. Lee […]

Free Staters to head for the hills of NH

New Hampshire’s old motto from the American Revolution –“Live Free or Die” — might soon take on a whole new meaning. At least it will […]

Elis lose to McGill 2-1 in overtime

In its second scrimmage this season, Yale’s women’s ice hockey team lost to McGill 1-2 in overtime at Ingalls Rink on Sunday. “[The result was] […]

Meditation sessions help students cool off

Chris Ricca ’06 first walked into Battell Chapel knowing nothing about meditation. A pool of candles faintly illuminated the circle of pillows at the front […]