Victoria Katsarou
‘Rebel’ lawyers discuss activism

While many future attorneys dream of corporate boardrooms and high salaries, many of those at the Rebellious Lawyering Conference this week were hoping to practice […]

United Way rewards Yale contributions

Yale’s successful efforts to double its contribution to the United Way’s “Success by 6” program were recognized yesterday in a ceremony by the organization. The […]

City sees rise in property tax revenue

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. New Haven will benefit this year from an increase in property-tax revenue, although […]

Studies show lighting up dims memory

A recent Yale study indicates that smoking impairs memory, contrary the belief of many teenage smokers who claim that tobacco heightens their ability to focus […]

Retreat revitalizes Dwight Hall cabinet

Representatives of Dwight Hall’s 73 student service groups convened this Saturday to refocus the efforts of Yale’s rapidly growing volunteer base. Dwight Hall co-coordinator Ben […]

Conference talks private, public life

As future pastors and religious educators, the students of Yale Divinity School will be expected to reconcile their public roles with their private lives. To […]

Geology and geophysics defies department borders

While most scientific fields focus on a single aspect of our environment, the Department of Geology and Geophysics attempts to tackle problems on a truly […]

Effort seeks 1,000 hours of service

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.’s dedication to social justice and equality, Yale alumni and graduate and professional students, as well as University employees, […]

Campaign School holds banquet

Last night, members of the Yale and New Haven community were recognized for their efforts to increase women’s involvement in politics. The Women’s Campaign School […]

Theologian tackles issues of faith during talk

Theologians should strive to become “public intellectuals” if they want to improve society, renowned theologian Stanley Hauerwas DIV ’65 GRD ’68 told a packed room […]

YHHAP dedicates candlelight vigil to the city’s homeless

Homeless people are dead to our society, said David Stuckler EPH ’06, a member of the Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action project. To commemorate their […]