Victor Wang
Staff Reporter
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New art history app launched

Lovers of art history will soon be able to see the intricate details of the Mona Lisa, the Sistine Chapel ceiling and countless other masterpieces right at their fingertips.

“Theatre of Death” creator remembered at Yale

While most groups on campus prepare to bask in the romantic spirit of Valentine’s Day, enthusiasts of 20th-century European theater are celebrating the Theatre of Death.

Beyond housing, Yale explores gender neutrality

With several universities around the country responding to evolving views on gender identification, plans for similar action at Yale are in the works.

Despite protests, seniors fundraise for class gift

If the Yale Office of Development hopes that alumni donations end grandly — think Harkness Tower or the new residential colleges — then they appear to start humbly, that is, at Shake Shack.

Yale seeks crowdsourcing expansion

Since fall 2014, the University has created a Kickstarter page that displays entrepreneurial projects led by Yale students, ranging from mobile applications to clothing design.

Study questions accuracy of tuition price calculators

Universities may have to choose between accuracy and convenience when providing the estimated cost of tuition for prospective students, a new study shows.

Block watches reconnect with NHPD

In an attempt to revive their relationship with the New Haven Police Department, local block watch groups have been meeting with the department this month.

University’s online presence to see facelift

Come September 2015, visitors to Yale’s official web page will be greeted by a revamped site.

Student designed app to give dining data

A group of students has devised a way for Yalies to always know where their friends are eating.

Admissions revamps prefrosh advising program

As another season of college decisions appears on the horizon, the Admissions Office will call upon current Yalies to extend a warm embrace from the Elm City to newly admitted students.

Artist-Magician discusses art collecting, magic history

A packed audience at the Yale School of Art was treated to a glimpse into the life and artwork of an armless 17th-century artist on Tuesday night.