Valerie Pavilonis
Staff Reporter
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CROSS COUNTRY: Yalies storm Paul Short Run

The Yale cross country women’s team clinched the win at the Paul Short Run on Saturday, while the men’s squad struggled to follow through, finishing […]

State approves grant for New Haven

The city of New Haven will be receiving $13.5 million from the State Bond Commission, Connecticut state legislators announced last Thursday. A delegation of state […]

Yale puts new emphasis on Eurasian studies

The program for Russian and Eastern European Studies is expanding this fall to include a focus on Eurasian studies. The MacMillan Center for International and […]

Protein interaction found to be crucial in insulin resistance

A new Yale study may help researchers develop treatments for diabetes. Researchers at Yale have discovered key links between a protein called PKCε and insulin […]

CROSS COUNTRY: Bulldogs take 2nd at HYP

The Yale cross country teams faced high stakes on Friday as they competed in the Harvard-Yale-Princeton trigonal meet, held at Franklin Park in Boston. The […]

“Why I Write” (And Why You Should Too)

Quiet strains of cello music flowed from Sprague Hall on Wednesday at the 2018 Windham Campbell Prize Lecture where renowned poet Elizabeth Alexander ’84 spoke […]

CROSS COUNTRY: Bulldogs start strong

Despite this weekend’s cooldown across New England, the Yale cross country teams began their season with blazing performances at the Fordham Fiasco, which took place […]

PAVILONIS: Watch the cornfields

Connecticut may boast Yale, but to outsiders like myself, the remainder of the state lies lonely and stagnant, forgotten in the shadow cast by New […]