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Veteran support expands on campus

Three Yale students launched an initiative this summer intended to help address the University’s underwhelming outreach to veterans and ease their transitions back to college […]

Local gallery features interdisciplinary art

Two area artists came together in mid-September to present an interdisciplinary collection of canvas and textile works at New Haven’s Gallery 195. The catch? They […]

Engineering innovation center plans events

With a newly renovated space and nearly 200 prospective members, the Yale Center for Engineering Innovation and Design is looking to host a variety of […]

CEID reaches out to students

The Center for Engineering Innovation & Design held orientation sessions for 60 prospective members last week in an effort to reach out to the engineering […]

Study links stress, brain shrinkage

As if you needed yet another reason to get through shopping period as quickly as you can, a team of Yale researchers have discovered a […]

Arch students drop pencils, take up hammers

Life as a student at the School of Architecture is not all paprika carpets and model building: Second-year students at the school gained real-world experience […]

The lull before the storm, taken to the stage

New Haven theater company Theatre 4’s upcoming show, “SALVAGE,” aims to take audiences by storm, quite literally. Written by Cleveland-based playwright George Brant and commissioned […]

Dental x-rays linked to tumors?

A recent School of Medicine study on dental x-rays is drawing fierce debate among the medical community. The study, led by Yale School of Public […]

Malaria’s burden preventable, activist says

Bernard Nahlen, Deputy U.S. Global Malaria Coordinator, said the future of the fight against malaria is looking bright due to international aid. Nahlen spoke to […]

Playwright discusses influence of ‘Our Town,’ China

Chinese-American playwright Alvin Eng believes the effects of theater transcend scripts and actors. In a Tuesday evening talk, he said the greatest legacy of performance […]

YCC | Bobby Dresser ’14, UOFC chair

Bobby Dresser ’14 doesn’t have a campaign team. He prefers to talk to people himself, he said. Dresser is one of three contenders in the […]