Stephannie Furtak
Another downtown casualty

Cooper’s Dress Shop — a 47-year old establishment perhaps best known to students as the storefront next to College Wine and Liquor — is packing […]

Study warns of environmental crisis

If new research by Yale scientists is any indication, it may already be too late for the environment. An international team of 10 researchers — […]

YALE-PRINCETON | The tailgate that matters

Most Yalies still agree that “Harvard sucks.” But some may be casting aside the old adage “Princeton doesn’t matter” — at least as far as […]

Around New Haven

Preliminary Connecticut voter turnout pegged at 80.3 percent With data pending from 11 towns, which have yet to submit their final numbers to state officials, […]

‘360 State’: In transit

Developers broke ground on the 32-story building at 360 State late September; now, they are trying to avoid broken spirits. Planners said they hope the […]

Channeling Obama, teens embrace oratory

Barack Obama is not the only one who thinks it is time for change. At Yale’s Afro-American Cultural Center on Sunday afternoon, the Yale chapter […]

Discovery zone: The Yale Child Study Center

Oblivious to the dreary rain pounding on the window, two-year-old Tyler sits, contented, among heaps of brightly-colored plastic, his eyes widening at the sight of […]

Elm City students learn Chinese music

The Class of 1957 Music Education Project is working with new faculty hire Wing Ho MUS ’87 to develop a traditional Chinese music program in […]

Davenport couches missing

Someone went furniture shopping in the Davenport College common room last Friday, according to Davenport Master Richard Schottenfeld. Schottenfeld announced in an e-mail Wednesday afternoon […]

Getting to zero gravity in Houston

After months of hard work last year, five undergraduates what is perhaps the ultimate scientific reward — weightlessness. The Yale Drop Team — made up […]