Tony Liu
Staff Reporter
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LIU: Two ways to climb

In the 17th chapter of “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance,” the narrator ascends a mountain in Montana and muses on different ways to […]

Low Strung performs classics and pop

On Saturday night, Sudler Hall was filled with the rich vibratos and colorful tones of the undergraduate cello ensemble Low Strung.

FES students sell sustainable Christmas trees

This year marks the 33rd iteration of the Yale Student Chapter of the Society of American Foresters’ Christmas tree fundraiser.

Alexion, nonprofit collaborate to fight homelessness

With a $100,000 grant from Alexion Pharmaceuticals, City Hall and a nonprofit organization will collaborate on a program to help homeless people find permanent employment.

Historians discuss election results

History professors Joanne Freeman, Beverly Gage ’94 and Glenda Gilmore addressed more than 200 students, faculty and local residents who packed into a lecture hall Wednesday night, many of whom stood in doorways or sat on the ground. Speakers discussed the implications of a Republican president, Congress and Supreme Court, and touched upon the significance of President-elect Donald Trump’s victory.

Eviction and housing issues widespread, including in Elm City

Harvard sociology professor Matthew Desmond discussed the broken housing system plaguing cities across the United States, touching on topics applicable to the city of New Haven.

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Grant buoys Elm City entrepreneurial scene

A $50,000 state grant to the Elm City will help grow its technology innovation scene.

Yale biotech startup receives Innovation Award

Buoyed by its recent reception of the Innovation Award at the US-China Health Summit, Yale biotechnology startup Yiviva is forging ahead in its work with botanically-derived drugs.

GHeav wage theft lawsuit drags on

One year after they were filed, new wage theft lawsuits are still ongoing against former Gourmet Heaven owner Chung Cho, who last June finished paying $218,000 in stolen wages to two dozen employees.

Eid banquet celebrates solidarity

Elegant hanging lights and lines of flags were the backdrop to the festivities in a packed Commons at Schwarzman Center Tuesday evening, as over 500 students, faculty and community members gathered to celebrate the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha.