Ruth Kim
Election’s entrepreneurs: Working for ‘change’

Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama was the muse behind Obama Girl, who continues to sing about her crush on He is red, white […]

Butterflies? A few, for Blair

After all the hoopla and hype over former British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s arrival on campus, seeing him standing, in person, three feet away is […]

Abandon Wall Street dreams? Not just yet.

With the recent collapse of major banking firms, recruiters disappearing from the Yale campus and the threat of more bankruptcies looming on the horizon, job […]

Commons fare: Getting beyond General Tso’s

Yalies are used to crowding the aisles of Commons Dining Hall in search of crispy curly fries and oven-cooked pizzas. But thanks to extra-long lines […]

Students stung by Lehman crash

Even 80 miles from New York City’s financial district, dozens of Yalies felt the aftershocks of investment bank Lehman Brothers’ decision to file for Chapter […]

JE’s Omni 15 ‘get a room’

On a sunny post-Labor Day afternoon, Simone Berkower ’09 parted the curtains behind the treadmill in her room, turned the air conditioner on maximum power […]

Elis make the most of Beijing hosts

BEIJING — In Beijing’s Silk Street Market, under a huge billboard that cries, “Shop with Confidence!”, foreigners mill through a disproportionately Western mob of shoppers […]

Furry, feathered creatures bring home back to Yale

April opens her window and makes a clicking noise with her tongue. Ten meters outside the Yale residential college, a plump female squirrel named Lucky […]

On path to learning obscure languages, Elis play it by ear

Ari Berlin ’10 fared well during his spring-break travels to Morocco and Spain. He mastered “jus d’orange” in French and got by in Barcelona with […]

For athletes, from water jugs to the water cooler

During her senior year at Yale, varsity soccer player Lindsay Sabel ’03 spent her time shooting goals for the NCAA Div. I Tournament while her […]

Gill ’63 finds himself in pursuit of perfect latte

Michael Gates Gill ’63 was a stereotypical Yale boy — white, wealthy and raised in a Bronxville mansion in New York. After college, he spent […]