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Spizzwinks(?) perform at Carnegie Hall

NEW YORK — The Spizzwinks(?) took on a bigger stage than usual Monday night. Yale’s oldest underclassman a cappella singing group ushered in the holiday […]

Charity walk raises $30K for AIDS

Sweating for a cause, nearly 700 students, faculty members and Elm City residents swarmed the New Haven Green on Sunday morning to participate in the […]

Arnold heads climate panel

Yale brought prestige, Nobel Laureate R. K. Pachauri brought expertise and California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger brought star power to last week’s much-hyped climate-change conference, which […]

’Hounies react to prospect of residing in Swing Space

As housing draw season approaches, students in all 12 residential colleges have begun the angst-ridden process of deciding where to live. But for Calhoun College […]

Sweren speaks on micro loans

Josh Sweren ’08 is the former chief strategy officer of Elmseed, a nonprofit organization run by Yale students that provides micro loans to New Haven […]

‘Blood Chocolate’ drive combats sexual violence

Yalies who enjoyed chocolate treats on Valentines Day may have indirectly aided rebels in the Ivory Coast in committing sexual violence against women. Semuteh Freeman […]

After tornadoes, Southern Elis ‘hope for the best’

Recent sub-freezing temperatures may have students complaining about the hardship of New Haven winters, but for the families of a handful of Yalies, the past […]

Mayor unveils $1.6M plan for economic development

With a $1.6 million gift from Yale in hand, New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. announced a city-wide initiative Thursday to boost New Haven’s economy […]

‘Spies and lies’ prof. Westerfield ’47 dies

H. Bradford Westerfield ’47, professor of political science and the Damon Wells Professor Emeritus of International Studies, died Jan. 19 in Watch Hill, RI. He […]

McGuire’s legacy: self-identity, 30 years of students

William McGuire GRD ’54, an influential Yale social psychologist who spent decades researching topics from self-identity to persuasion, died in his New Haven home on […]

Chinese journalist endorses government’s censorship of media

American journalists might find Qian Dong a walking oxymoron: Dong is a Chinese reporter who endorses government censorship. Dong, a news anchor and commentator on […]