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Kahn building prepares for opening

Although the Yale University Art Gallery, designed by renowned architect Louis Kahn, will not reopen its doors to the public until Dec. 10, its fully […]

Burrito vendor robbed

The Roomba burrito cart at Elm and York streets was robbed Thursday at about 7 p.m., according to the cart’s owners and people present at […]

Events target local voter turnout

Although voter registration and participation rates across the nation have been low for decades, members of the Connecticut nonprofit organization DemocracyWorks say they hope to […]

Foam soap cuts down on environmental waste

Following last year’s successful Yale College Council campaign, most students now have a University-provided soap dispenser in their bathrooms — all of them filled with […]

Library opens in Hill district

When fifth-grader Robert Harris wanted to check out a library book, he used to have to walk more than a mile from his home in […]

Ivies push ban on messaging recruits

Basketball guard Chris Andrews ’09, a heavily recruited athlete, spent much of his senior in high school fielding contacts from colleges looking to attract him […]

Mark discusses work of women in NASA

Upon joining the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Saralyn Mark was surprised to find a that a French major had been working with NASA for […]

Drug may help smokers quit

Weight-conscious smokers may now have fewer reasons not to quit their habit, according to a new study in the Archives of Internal Medicine. In the […]