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Climate Coalition pressures Rell to back warming bill

Donning olive green “carbon caps” and pumping posters into the air, members of the Connecticut Climate Coalition assembled on Cross Campus on Friday morning to […]

Reaction to Shvarts: Outrage, shock, disgust

Anger and disbelief — mixed with several affirmations of free speech — rippled across the Yale campus Thursday in the wake of a report that […]

US News solicits input on rankings

US News & World Report, publisher of an oft-cited yet highly controversial set of annual college rankings, is trying to improve its image by diversifying […]

Unions protest Aramark contract

The steps of City Hall were hidden by a mass of green union T-shirts yesterday afternoon as New Haven Public Schools management, custodial and food-service […]

Organizational experience, industry connections top Henderson’s resume

Kristian Henderson ’09 wants to make virtual reality into physical reality. “YSAC sends out a lot of surveys to figure out what students want to […]

Long, citing need for transparency, says students should pick Spring Fling acts

Travis Long ’10 is taking his cues from the 2008 presidential campaign — he is all about transparency. “Every cent Barack gets, you can trace […]

Leatherbury proposes use of ‘update’ surveys, new incentives in Social Cup

Colin Leatherbury ’09, co-chair of Spring Fling and Branford College’s representative to the Yale Student Activities Committee, wants to reinvent the YSAC survey and put […]

New research links risk of breast cancer to ethnicity

Not all breast cancers are created equal. New genetics research by Olufunmilayo Olopade, a professor in the Department of Medicine and Human Genetics at the […]

Study abroad may feel pinch of dollar

The weakening American dollar has had an impact on everything from foreign trade to Americans’ travel habits. But this summer, some Elis will feel the […]

Elis awarded Goldwater Scholarships

The International Education and Fellowship Programs office announced Friday that three Yale students have been awarded the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, considered one of the […]

Opposition to Aramark’s bid for food contract heating up

After last week’s emotionally charged public hearing before the Board of Aldermen — which was attended by over 200 public-school cooks, custodians, teachers, parents and […]