Urvi Nopany
Architecture students design Green

Post professional students in Yale’s School of Architecture rarely get to see their designs come to fruition. But next semester, a handful will be able […]

Yale conservator restores Haitian art

Since the 2010 earthquake, Haiti has been flooded with rescue teams, doctors and emergency workers, but now a new force is being sent into the […]

The Center for British Art makes “Connections”

Technology merges with art in the latest exhibition at the Center for British Art. The new show, “Connections,” highlights the inter-relations between the various collections […]

Petit talks Tigerman, architecture

The hermaphroditic genital- and hot dog-inspired buildings of Stanley Tigerman ’61 are breaking the corporate mold, School of Architecture associate professor Emmanuel Petit ’61 said […]

Visiting artist Pettibon analyzes his own art

The self-proclaimed “unofficial artist of punk rock” Raymond Pettibon blended graphic political satire with innocent idealism in his talk on Monday night. The discussion, which […]

YCC | Obaid Syed ’14, secretary

Obaid Syed ’14 said that he is running for Yale College Council secretary so that instead of napping or watching TV, students will use their […]

Yale scientists develop new fuel cell

Yale engineers are using nanotechnology to reinvent the battery. Chemical and electrical engineering assistant professor Andre Taylor and associate professor of mechanical engineering Jan Schroers […]

Manhattan DA Vance ’77 talks justice

Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. ’77 talked leadership, law and public service to an audience ranging from pre-frosh to Yale College Dean Mary Miller […]

Black Men’s Union honors women

The Black Men’s Union honored a professor of Africana Studies and a managing director from the financial firm Morgan Stanley at its fourth annual Tribute […]

Profs send flames, experiment into space

When NASA’s space shuttle Discovery is launched this Thursday after a three-month delay, it will send the work of Yale applied physics professors Marshall Long […]

Energy symposium draws students, congressmen

Congressmen, writers, academics, businessmen and students all had a voice in the Yale Climate and Energy Congress’ Second Annual Spring Symposium Friday. The day-long conference […]