Pranava Dhar
Contributing Reporter
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Inside the Hahn Scholars program’s push to recruit top STEM students

The Hahn Scholarship supports a small cohort of Yale students with research funding.

FENCING: Bulldogs sweep Sacred Heart on Senior Day

The Yale men’s and women’s fencing teams celebrated seven seniors in their sole home meet of the season.

FENCING: Bulldogs dominate at Philadelphia Invitational

The Yale men’s and women’s fencing teams collectively finished 5–4 last weekend as the women’s squad defeated national champions Notre Dame.

FENCING: Near-clean sweep by Bulldogs at Brandeis Invitational

The Yale women’s fencing team won a 6–0 shut out at the meet, while the men’s team went 3–1.

Walden Peer Counseling celebrates 50 years

Walden will celebrate its 50th anniversary of offering anonymous peer counseling to Yale students with a gathering of past and present counselors.

FENCING: Bulldogs post strong showing at Penn State Garrett Open

The Yale men’s and women’s fencing teams secured multiple top 10 finishes at Penn State.

A guide to science courses for non-science majors

Navigating science classes at Yale is often a daunting task: courses tend to have prerequisites, reputations of high workloads or both.

Yale College offers new computing and linguistics joint major

Led by linguistics professor Robert Frank, the new major is being established amidst burgeoning student interest in computer science and joins a growing number of joint majors.

School of Art fellows draw attention to climate change with cooling paint murals

The Climate Engagement through Art in Cities fellows will create murals with reflective paint in the hottest neighborhoods in New Haven to spread awareness for climate change.

MEN’S RUGBY: Bulldogs stave off Harvard to bring home Cormack Cup

Yale men’s rugby beat Harvard 31–26 in a thriller on Oct. 7 to win the Cormack Cup for the first time in four years.

Spielman awarded $3 million Breakthrough Prize in Mathematics

The Sterling Professor of Computer Science will be recognized by the “Oscars of Science” for his pioneering research in algorithms and mathematics.