Taryn Williams
An anniversary, but no cause for celebration

Today is Universal Children’s Day, the anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. The document, which has provisions that range […]

Former ambassador talks about U.S.-China relations

Former U.S. Ambassador to China James Lilley ’51 said yesterday that he is optimistic about U.S.-China relations and predicted a peaceful resolution to the standoff […]

Biology major transforms, but still faces obstacles

Yale biology is evolving. At a time when the major is undergoing significant restructuring and the biology departments’ facilities will be transformed by a $500 […]

University moderates ‘Teli’ fight

The scuffle over a Yale online television station gives new meaning to the phrase “TV drama.” A debate erupted last semester between some of the […]

Onion co-founder extols the virtues of humor

The phrase “A living eight-pound man has been rescued from a woman’s vagina” does not come up at a typical Master’s Tea. But it was […]

Jeffords addresses packed house

The man who created the current Democratic majority in the Senate came to Yale Friday. Senator James Jeffords ’58 of Vermont, whose decision to leave […]

Globalization center has new vision after Sept. 11

An hour into the first staff meeting of Yale’s brand-new Center for the Study of Globalization, Director Strobe Talbott’s assistant broke into the meeting to […]

Bradley Hoorn ’01 remembered with memorial service

Students, recent graduates and the family of Bradley Hoorn ’01 gathered in Dwight Chapel Sunday afternoon to remember the life of the Calhoun College graduate […]

Yale Police will move to Dixwell

With the encouragement of nearby residents, Yale intends to build a new police station at a site behind the Grove Street Cemetery in the Dixwell […]

Sociology recovering, filling vacancies

With four senior appointments in the last three years and searches to fill more top spots ongoing, the Sociology Department is coming back from the […]

On the Record: Hart talks about America’s vulnerability

Former Senator Gary Hart DIV ’61 LAW ’64, a Democrat from Colorado, inaugurated the lecture series “Democracy, Security and Justice: Perspectives on the American Future” […]