Pamela Shen
Missions of Teacher Prep, TFA contrast

Each year, over 10 percent of Yale’s graduating senior class, more than a hundred students, apply for jobs with Teach for America. They are inspired […]

21st century poses challenge for archivists

Someday, a Yale senior might write her senior essay about your Facebook profile. Facebook messages and e-mails are replacing letters and handwritten notes as students’ […]

Smaller, quieter Yale exists in Virginia

No traffic lights, no trash collection, no high-speed Internet. Endless stretches of soybean and peanut fields line the horizon, only occasionally interrupted by modest Georgian-style […]

Librarians woo foreign booksellers

For Slavic and Eastern European Collections Curator Tatjana Lorkovic, building a relationship with Russian librarians is like a courtship, complete with trips to country homes […]

Program offers rare languages

Tok Pisin, Kinyarwanda, Oromo. To offer Yale students instruction in these and other esoteric languages, Directed Independent Language Study Director Maria Kosinski must first find […]

Party suites restrained

For the residents of Bookworld, Calhoun College’s “party suite,” the notification that the days of raging parties were over came from Calhoun Master Jonathan Holloway […]

Freshman counselors privy to academic info

Before freshmen arrive on campus, their counselors must guess as to what the they will be like, knowing just their name, hometown, facebook profile — […]

Cultural houses have own diversity

Gabriel Monteros ’09 was at a loss when it came to cooking the scallion pancakes that were to be sold at the Chinese American Student […]

YSFP holds workshops

First, chop cabbage, carrots, parsnips, beets and daikon radish, and pack them into a jar. Then add salt and spices such as dill, mustard and […]

Elm City attracts yuppies

To the average Yale student, New Haven may be just another small college town. But to some Connecticut residents, New Haven’s downtown has established itself […]

UCS to focus on nonprofits in Feb.

Interviews at investment banks and consulting firms may have dominated the month of January, but February at Undergraduate Career Services is all about nonprofits. Based […]