Sarah Pearce
Columbia considers adding science core

All undergraduates at Columbia University already take the same five core classes. Soon they may have one more course in common. Officials at the university […]

First batch of World Fellows selected

When former Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo GRD ’81 arrives in New Haven this fall, one of his first students will be a high-ranking member of […]

Anything but Latin: Ivy Ode author may read in Spanish

Both last year’s Ivy Ode, a poem written by a graduating senior on Class Day, and the first Ode in 1852 were read aloud in […]

In living color: ‘Doon’ runs for Congress

When Charles Pillsbury ’72 went to Boston to see a musical inspired by the comic strip of his old college buddy Garry Trudeau ’70, he […]

Petition calls for more student input

Friday, members of United Students at Yale delivered a petition calling for greater student input in University policy-making to the office of Yale President Richard […]

Rowland budget plan would cut student aid

If the Connecticut Legislature approves Gov. John Rowland’s proposals for dealing with the state budget deficit, Yale will have to pony up over $750,000 in […]

Forum addresses tenure for women, minorities

Diversity in the tenuring process is an issue often discussed by professors and graduate students. But Wednesday night, undergraduates gathered in Sudler Hall to participate […]

Race for Class Gift is on

It’s like IMs with money. Efforts are underway to fill the coffers of the Senior Class Gift Fund, an annual fundraising endeavor that uses an […]

DeLauro returns to school to learn about anthrax

After the recent anthrax scares that led to the closure of the Hart Senate building and the House side of the Capitol, most legislators probably […]

Beetle Bailey looking to camp in art gallery

Beetle, Sarge and the gang may have found a new haven for Camp Swampy. In 1974, Mort Walker, the creator of the comic strip “Beetle […]

Yale alum helps run upstart NY newspaper

After spending four years cultivating a healthy dislike for the color crimson, most Yalies do not go into business with a bunch of ex-Harvard students. […]