Urvi Nopany
Building the next generation of supercomputers

New developments in super-powerful quantum computing and information processing at Yale are creating the foundations for the next technological renaissance. Applied physics professors Michel Devoret […]

FENCING | Fencers compete at NYU Invitational

Yale fencing teams competed in the New York University Invitational tournament last Saturday with mixed results. While the men’s team replicated its overall record from […]

Diplomat on China’s early days

To explain China’s path to becoming an economic and military force, American diplomat Nicholas Platt relied on an unlikely source — his home movies. Platt’s […]

Margolin, playwright, talks “Imagining Madoff”

The dust of the Bernie Madoff financial collapse may have finally settled, but a new scandal about the scandal has been brewing since last spring. […]

WEEKEND | Patti Smith, Yale visitor, wins National Book Award

Patti Smith, singer, poet, “Godmother of Punk” can now add “prize-winning author” to her repertoire. She won the National Book Award yesterday for her memoire […]

Glee Club adds new student written Yale song

Last Friday in Woolsey Hall, the Yale Glee Club performed the newest Yale song, “To Yale Alone.” Composed by Stephen Feigenbaum ’12 and written by […]

New Haven Symphony founds new youth orchestra

The New Haven Symphony Orchestra is launching Connecticut’s first contemporary orchestra for high school students in Jan. 2011 — the “New Haven Symphony Orchestra Contemporary […]

W. TENNIS | Bulldogs qualify for nationals

An 8–3 victory over a women’s doubles team from Princeton not only gave Lindsay Clark ’11 and Vicky Brook ’12 a tournament victory, but it […]

Doonesbury through the ages

G.B. Trudeau’s 40-year legacy of hard-hitting truths, sugar-coated with just enough laughter to make them palatable, is all the more awe-inspiring when viewed as a […]

Celebrated poet reads at Beinecke

Elephants, a 3.2-million-year-old skeleton, a creative genius, spiders, Newton and even a vagina — all of these meld together in a startling burst of fantasy […]

Trolley Night to restrict attendance, move back to Calhoun

Students not in Calhoun may run into a red light when trying to get into Trolley Night on Friday. To save money, the Calhoun College […]