Sriram Lakshman
Panel discusses Islamic law, racial profiling

A group of about 50 students discussed racial profiling and discrimination in the U.S. fight against terrorism at a panel discussion titled “Public Enemy #1: […]

New Republic editor calls liberals hawkish

At a debate Thursday organized by the Yale Political Union, Peter Beinart ’93 told a group of about 30 students that the YPU has not […]

Frosh see benefits in Swing Space

Playing frisbee on Old Campus and frolicking on the lawns of residential colleges are integral parts of the freshman year at Yale. Freshmen in Timothy […]

Unique projects for new grants

Earlier this year, the director of Yale’s International Education and Fellowships Program, Catherine Hutchison, said she expected at least 20 applications for the new Kingsley […]

After lifetime of tennis, Royce leads Bulldog team

Men’s tennis captain Greg Royce ’01 started playing tennis at the age of five, when many kids his age could barely lift a racquet. Now […]

Black history talk highlights voting crisis

In an annual roundtable talk held Sunday in celebration of Black History Month, local activists, students and union leaders joined together to learn about civil […]

Talk on genomics raises ethical issues

When a member of the audience asked, “Will there ever be a perfect genome?” all 30 heads in the audience turned toward the dais, where […]

Mayors meet, voice concern over proposed budget

Democratic mayors from nine major Connecticut cities met Wednesday in Hartford to voice concern over Gov. John G. Rowland’s state budget for the next fiscal […]