Rebecca Huang
Contributing Reporter
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Camila Toro ’21: Cooking with family in Bogota

Camila Toro '21 has been filling up the time by keeping up with the Cuomo brothers, daydreaming about having a cat, following Instagram live dance instructors and a lot of cooking. On a rotating cooking and cleaning schedule divided between her family members, Toro has gotten to try experimental recipes that she wouldn’t have been able or had the time to do in her off-campus kitchen.

Hatch ’23 speaks about surviving war

James Hatch ’23, an ex-Navy SEAL and Eli Whitney first year at Yale, spoke on Saturday about his experience shouldering his backpack. He wasn’t referring […]

Rebecca Huang
Stetson Library celebrates Black History Month

A rich rhythm of drums, played by members of the New Haven community, greeted all visitors of the Stetson Library on Wednesday for a celebration […]

New Haven Museum celebrates Edward Bouchet

Nearly every seat was filled in the New Haven Museum Auditorium on Tuesday, as over 60 people came to hear playwright Calvin Alexander Ramsey honor […]

Astronaut talks space photography

While living in the International Space Station 220 miles away from the Earth’s surface, NASA astronaut Don Petitt experimented with whether it’s possible to grow […]

Langston Hughes Festival to feature three plays by grad students

Starting this week, three second-year playwrights in the Yale Drama School will present their productions at the Langston Hughes Festival of New Films, which will […]

GYMNASTICS: New assistant coach Andrew Leis joins Yale gymnastics team

This fall, the women’s gymnastics team welcomed assistant coach Andrew Leis, who has since worked with head coach Barbara Tonry and the Bulldogs after a […]

Holquist discusses international law

In celebration of Veterans Day and the 101st anniversary of the armistice with Germany that ended World War I, University of Pennsylvania history professor Peter […]

Girls code in the Elm City

The Elm City is seeing a new wave of computer scientists — some that are as young as eight years old. At various locations in […]

Peabody receives grant for EVO program

A new grant from the Avangrid Foundation will support the Evolutions (EVO) after-school program at Yale’s Peabody Museum of Natural History, providing funding to sustain […]

Vaibhav Sharma
Reentry program tackles recidivism

Part of a larger city-wide re-entry project for recently released prisoners, New Haven’s Project Fresh Start is aiming to facilitate creating a system of resources […]