Rachel Wang
Chinese middle schoolers visit the Elm City

Since founding the Yali Middle School in Changsha, China, 104 years ago, the Yale-China Association’s work has come full-circle. What began as a missionary effort […]

Sister City Project still going strong

While non-profit organizations across the country are barely surviving the recession, the New Haven-León Sister City Project is riding out the storm with relative ease, […]

Students get face time with Ahmadinejad

Iranian foreign relations went from theory to reality for 17 students from the “Iran in International Relations since 1979” seminar last week when they attended […]

Four Elis land ‘genius’ grants

Among the 24 individuals named as this year’s MacArthur Foundation Fellows, four have ties to the University. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, […]

UI’s relocation plans spur worries

A hearing will be held Thursday in City Hall to discuss New Haven’s principal power provider’s decision to leave town. United Illuminating, which has been […]

Calhoun renovation draws raves

After a 15-month renovation, Calhoun College has finally emerged from its scaffolding. Staff reporter RACHEL WANG takes a tour. Even without its trademark tire swing, […]

‘20 Questions’ looks at interview method

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Students in the writing class “Profiles and Portraits” took to the stage on […]

On the ground: Bulldog Days underway

Facing gray skies and even bleaker economic forecasts, admitted students began arriving in New Haven on Monday for Bulldog Days, the University’s three-day program for […]

YCC Treasurer: Colin Adamo ’10

Treasurer candidate Colin Adamo ’10 said he is confident about his bid to “discover treasure as treasurer.” As a Yale College Council outsider running for […]

Q&A | Diplomat discusses Afghanistan

Lord “Paddy” Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon came across the pond to spend two days at Yale before heading to New York to discuss the situation in […]

For Valentine’s Day dinner, love over money

According to the National Retail Foundation, the average couple will be spending $20 less on Valentine’s Day this year relative to 2008. But, as many […]