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Brown minority program faces new criticism

One month after Yale announced its summer cultural orientation program would begin accepting non-minority students this year, Brown University minority orientation program directors are under […]

Group solicits student ‘testimonials’

A group of students who allege that many incidents of harassment, racial profiling and sexual abuse at Yale go unreported or unaddressed by the administration […]

Virologist Casals-Ariet dies

Yale epidemiologist Jordi Casals-Ariet, who studied and classified viruses such as rabies, Eastern equine encephalitis, and the Lassa virus, died in Manhattan Feb. 10 at […]

Foreign students discuss visa problems

After Rong Xiang GRD ’05 got married in his native China last March, he found himself on an extended honeymoon due to a visa delay. […]

Taiwanese students gather for New Haven conference

Last Friday, Taiwanese and Taiwanese-American students from East Coast colleges and universities flocked to New Haven’s Omni Hotel for a weekend of speeches, workshops and […]

Shapiro has energy, vision

Political Science Department chairman Ian Shapiro not only holds a J.D., Ph.D., and M.Phil from Yale — he has also been a member of the […]

Patric talks film, theater at Tea

Sporting a five o’clock shadow and toting a paperback copy of “You Are Not a Stranger Here” by Adam Haslett LAW ’03, Hollywood and Broadway […]

Playwright Toland dies of pneumonia

Pulitzer Prize-winner John Toland, who attended the Yale School of Drama from 1936 to 1937, died Jan. 4 of pneumonia in Danbury Hospital in Danbury, […]

Huron looks into biology of music

It was a night of sex, heroin, and opera at Sudler Hall last night as David Huron, Ph.D. spoke to a crowd of about 50 […]

Low-carb diets lack stamina

Whether it’s a lack of faith in the safety of removing a whole food group from their diets or the tempting abundance of pastries and […]

Housing loans are at issue

About 25 students from various campus activist groups entered Yale President Richard Levin’s Woodbridge Hall office at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday to deliver a letter urging […]