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Windows 8 arrives on campus

Though most Yale students use Apple computers, the release of Windows 8, Microsoft’s new operating system, might lead to a few converts. A group of […]

Citizen scientists find new extrasolar planet

Yale researchers and collaborating citizen scientists have discovered a new astronomical phenomenon — a planet that revolves around twin suns while at the same time […]

Shake Shack owner balances interests

Danny Meyer, the brains behind Chapel Street’s popular new burger joint Shake Shack, visited Silliman College Friday afternoon for a Master’s Tea. Meyer is the […]

YCBA takes intimate approach to sculpture

Tomorrow, the Yale Center for British Art will open its latest exhibition — “Caro: Close Up” — a roughly chronological display of the work of […]

Murphy, McMahon in dead heat, new poll shows

Conn. Senate candidates Chris Murphy and Linda McMahon are closer than ever in the upcoming battle for retiring Senator Joseph Lieberman’s seat, according to a […]

Senate race focuses on Social Security, Medicare

With just over a month before Election Day, U.S. Senate candidates Chris Murphy and Linda McMahon have recently focused their attention on two hot-button issues […]

Roundup of New Conn. Legislation

Sixteen new state laws went into effect yesterday, some original for the state and others that expanded on previously existing penalties for crimes of violence […]

Food journalist talks culinary culture

Mitchell Davis, food journalist, chef and executive vice president of the James Beard Foundation, spoke yesterday in William L. Harkness Hall on the significance of […]

Harsh anti-obesity ads ineffective

A recent study by Yale’s Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity shows that many anti-obesity campaigns might be stigmatizing obese people instead of encouraging […]

Polinger ’13 talks Independents, success at NYCFringe

Last year, a group of Yalies got together to produce a new musical. With a book by the late Marina Keegan ’12, lyrics by Mark […]

Disability awareness events planned

With the highest number of disabled students ever enrolled this year, the University has planned an array of events next month to prompt discussion about […]