Stephanie Rogers
Staff Reporter
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Feminism and the Future of Frats

Descending into the basement of 31 High St., Genevieve Esse ’19 had never felt more aware of an unbalanced gender ratio.

What the Horfux?

This past summer was the last time I knew I would be at home for an extended stay. So, of course, that meant it was […]

Student-founded app teaches programming

For years, new programming students have been vexed by learning the programming language Python. While some commit to this fate when they become computer science majors, a new app co-developed by Derek Lo ’17 allows students to escape the rigidity of this learning style and become proficient in the language on their own terms.

Crane, Forestry dean, to depart in June

When Peter Crane first arrived in 2009 to become dean of the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, he had to deal with the repercussions of the Great Recession.

Classics professors explore ancient art

On Thursday at the Yale University Art Gallery, Diana Kleiner, a professor of Classics, referenced the iconic line from the critically acclaimed movie “Dirty Dancing.” “Nobody puts baby in a corner,” she said while motioning to a funerary relief in the far corner of the exhibition room.

CS50 TAs learn to teach their peers

When Mary Farner ’16 prepared for her first CS50 section, she was nervous. She had never before taught a Yale course section in front of her peers — now her students.

Engineering students see few OCS opportunities

Arina Bykadorova ’18, a mechanical engineering major, sent out more than 20 resumes to different companies in New York City last spring. She received only one reply.

With a new app, Yalies help users find friends

When Serena Candelaria ’14 moved to London after graduation, she knew no one. She said she tried to make friends, but she found it difficult. She wondered if there was an easier way to connect with people, perhaps with the aid of technology.

Where are Yale’s Women Leaders?

Since 2000, only two women have been elected to the position of YCC president, the last in 2007. Even though the majority of YCC representatives are now women, 13 of the last 15 presidents have been men.

At “Puzzle Day,” students question CS50’s purpose

The small flyers cropped up during Camp Yale. They were simple, shaped like a small jigsaw piece, the words “CS50 Puzzle Day” emblazoned across.

$4 million donation to Peabody funds new mineral displays

The Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History is about to welcome a slew of new gems and a space for them to sparkle.